The FDA forced Kardashian to take down a prior post endorsing the drug Diclegis.
The agency is being asked to do something that has never before been tried.
When the order ends on Nov. 29, the NSA reform law takes effect.
The event is aimed at bringing together technologists and policymakers.
The "smartphone-controlled paper airplane" is used to take photos and film video.
The company's efforts will affect roughly 1.2 million homes and businesses.
The Internet Association says that an update to FERPA placed undue burdens on tech companies.
State legislation would outlaw drone flights below 350 feet over private property.
Nearly 130 local stations have been blacked out during a retransmission dispute between Dish and...
But a majority of users said they used a phone at a recent gathering.
Rentboy.com's employees were arrested Tuesday and could face five years in prison each.
Officials objected to an article on cannabis resin on the online encyclopedia.
"I won't let a few thieves ruin things for anyone else," said CEO John Legere.
Uber is conducting research on self-driving cars.
It overturns a lower court ruling declaring NSA's phone program unconstitutional.
The 17-year-old ran a pro-ISIS Twitter account and arranged for someone to travel to Syria.
Regulators allege Google gives preference to its shopping service.
The feds impersonated a reporter to plant malicious software on a suspect's computer.
Chris Lehane will lead global public policy efforts.
A partnership with The University of Arizona will focus on mapping.
The accounts have been linked to the suspected shooter of a CBS news crew in Virginia.
U.S. diplomats in Tokyo sent and received emails marked "Sensitive but Unclassified."
A drone with a gun and prohibited items was discovered near a Maryland prison.
Lawrence Lessig is exploring a presidential bid focused exclusively on campaign finance reform.