The media company faces a $140 million judgment in a lawsuit.
The companies left Austin after losing a vote on background check laws.
Facebook and Apple received the largest benefits from the tax break.
But Twitter itself likely wasn’t hacked.
Republicans are critical of the transition away from U.S. control.
Cruz wants to give Congress more power over the transition from a United States-controlled domain...
FCC commissioner Ajit Pai fears companies are wrongly signing subscribers up for subsidies.
Bryan Pagliano's lawyers said he could incriminate himself if forced to answer questions.
The RNC's demands are "very broad and very complex," the State Department claimed.
The NFL quickly deleted the tweets about Commissioner Roger Goodell.
The companies condemned the proposed expansion of government access to email data.
It would take 75 years for the release of emails from top aides to Hillary Clinton.
Katja Seim is a professor at the Wharton School.
Carla Hayden currently heads Baltimore's public library system.
A June hearing will look into customer service and billing issues.
Senators pulled the bill from their calendar on Thursday, sounding a potential death knell.
Raul Alvillar is reportedly seeking a government relations role in Silicon Valley.
Democrats say they had a deal with Republicans to move the nomination of Jessica Rosenworcel.
Ellen Pao also brought a discrimination suit against a major venture capital firm.
The U.S. and India committed to sharing information on cybersecurity threats.
The FTC chief's mobile carrier blamed her for the theft.
The bill would let the FTC go after people who use software to snatch up tickets.
The FBI is offering secret details from its investigation into Clinton’s server.
The company's latest perk is not as likely to attract regulators as previous giveaways.