Civil liberties groups are frustrated with his vote against a surveillance reform bill.
Sen. Bill Nelson (Fla.) was the only Democrat to vote against an NSA reform measure.
The legislation was part of a bipartisan agreement with the Senate.
Lawmakers hammered Todd Park over the HealthCare.gov debacle.
Felonies should only apply to “significant criminal activity,” an official said.
A debate over the NSA is certain to cloud the early days of a GOP-led Congress.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) was selected to lead the House Intelligence Committee in the next...
Emil Michael said he regrets the comments that were made at a private dinner.
Lawmakers want to send a bill to President Obama “in the near future,” Rep. Goodlatte said.
The Democrat said "people who know what they are talking about" support the measure.
Speaker John Boehner vows an online sales tax bill won't move forward.
The Senate's top Republican is “strongly opposed” to a reform bill.
Rep. Stephen Lynch threatened legislation to force agencies to respond more quickly.
The agency appointed Niall Brennan as chief data officer to improve transparency.
The senator called on the FCC to protect an “open and fair Internet.”
“What is so wrong about digging up dirt on shady journalist?” Kutcher tweeted.
Republican Ajit Pai declined to give his personal views on the use of the team’s name.
The legislation fell two votes short of overcoming the procedural hurdle.
A top trade group will score votes, if the bill overcomes procedural hurdles.
The department took the system offline Friday to bolster security.
Lawmakers scold officials from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
The NTSB is siding with the FAA in a fight over the legal definition of drones.
Sen. Al Franken said he is "concerned" by the government's use of "dirt boxes."
The telecommunications giant is stepping into a court case.