The job has been empty for more than a year.
A TV reform coalition thinks CBS's rejection of its ad should draw lawmakers' attention.
Todd Park will be tasked with bringing the best and the brightest tech leaders to Washington.
The AFL-CIO is warning the FCC not to get rid of its blackout rules.
The Times said Tim Wu should become the next lieutenant governor of New York.
They want the Supreme Court to side with a man who posted violent rants on Facebook.
The legislative maneuver was the top issue on a trade group's “watchlist for ugly laws."
Sen. Mark Warner and Ed Gillespie will talk about technology issues at a town hall forum.
Microsoft is running full-page ads in vacation spots frequented by Washingtonians.
The public interest group is offering to pay one month’s cable bill for the winner.
University of California, Irvine, Professor Scott Jordan will be the FCC's new chief technology...
Fear of criticism from other online users can influence people even when they’re offline.
Carl DeMaio says his proposal is about "personal freedom."
New rules would expand protection of children's privacy on the Internet.
“I’ve helped force their spying on Americans out into the open,” Udall says.
A report promised that new technologies could make transportation cheaper and greener.
The 50 state associations warned the plan will “destroy” the idea of giving consumers local content.
The agency is probing "an unmanned aircraft" over a Chiefs-Panthers game.
A coalition that includes major cable companies is getting behind a plan in the Senate.
The panel is conducting an inquiry into allegations that department officials have tried to...
Timothy Defoggi is part of an investigation involving three child pornography sites.
Broadcast and cable TV companies oppose standards for emergency alert text.
The days of television commercials being startlingly louder than the shows people are watching...
Starting in July, all smartphones solid in the state must come with the anti-theft feature.