One of the first fights of the GOP primary season will be over U.S. spying.
"We're going to try to push it," Sen. Chuck Grassley said.
Cybersecurity ranked ahead of surveillance, net neutrality and drones.
House lawmakers will unveil a bill to extend the act and reform spying programs.
The program received mixed reviews, according to the release of a once-secret report.
The State Department is currently reviewing the large batch of emails.
The company is partnering with DHL and German automaker Audi on a new potential service.
The transaction would have been worth $45 billion.
The move comes after pressure from Capitol Hill.
Rep. Michael Burgess wants to outlaw armed drones in the United States.
"The more I talk to people on the outside, the more convinced I am it was the right thing to do."
The FCC is reportedly leaning toward throwing up a new procedural hurdle.
The sports network accused Verizon of breaking its contract with the new "Custom TV" plan.
“Today’s domestic surveillance programs are just the tip of the iceberg," the groups write.
The company is asking for the ability to deliver packages that weigh less than 55 pounds.
Tech sector experts say the provision relating to online ads raises constitutional questions.
Recording politicians, surreptitiously or otherwise, has produced major stories in past years.
Millions of dollars and 120 lobbyists weren’t enough to pull off a $45B merger.
The FAA is wrapping up a comment period on its proposed commercial drone rules.
Sen. John Thune said the FCC should heed the calls before expanding the program.
The deal is reportedly being abandoned in the face of regulatory opposition.
The company allowed retailers to track customer traffic flow in their stores.
They say an amendment has the potential to harm social media and e-commerce sites.
An intraparty battle on Capitol Hill and among White House hopefuls is brewing.