The Pew survey found cable tops overall, but social media is dominant for those under 30.
Pilots wanted a ban on air shipments of lithium batteries that have been found to catch fire.
The bill has broad support, but has not moved despite years of trying.
The firm signed up 89,000 customers for its cable video service.
Agencies are playing catch-up from years of underfunded R&D, but there's reason for optimism.
Sen. Mark Warner wants more questions on the fast-growing sector.
Rep. Katherine Clark was the victim of a phony active shooter tip.
Iowans head to the caucuses on Monday night.
The FCC will allow Qualcomm to test the new LTE-U technology.
Precinct officials will be filing their caucus results on a Microsoft app.
A new rule could give consumers more choices for watching pay television.
T-Mobile’s Binge On has come under fire from net neutrality advocates.
The hardware failure is preventing the agency from accepting electronic filings.
There are seven more "top secret" emails, according to Rep. Chris Stewart.
The FCC started work on the rules last year.
The agency is now in the near-exclusive business of shifting profits among corporate giants.
The Judicial Redress Act has been linked to several transatlantic data sharing deals.
A Microsoft app to report results to GOP headquarters worked "flawlessly," however.
Many media leaks are from ”people pushing a narrative," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
Clinton “does not know how to use a computer to do email."
Microsoft has partnered with both parties to help caucus reporting.
Hillary Clinton edged Bernie Sanders among Democratic candidates.
"We have to make sure all of our kids are equipped for the jobs of the future."
The awards will come at an event in April.