“We need to hang him on the courthouse square," said ex-Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
Massachusetts’s attorney general's office is looking into the high-profile companies.
The hiring spree comes as regulators review the company’s plan to buy Time Warner Cable.
Virginia Sen. Mark Warner called the flight in his state a "landmark moment."
Dish obtained the discounts by bidding on wireless spectrum through two smaller companies.
House leaders recently announced they were pushing back consideration of the bill.
The bill would restrict companies from selling or using student data for targeted ads.
Google announced Thursday it was strengthening its “Google Patents” search to help in determining...
Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte said he would use the extra time to try and grow support.
Trent Lott and John Breaux will lobby for the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling.
They took issue with the last-minute addition of data to the public record for the item.
A fake Bloomberg story said the company had received a $31 billion takeover offer.
An update to the Information Technology Agreement would ease tariffs on some new tech products.
Lawmakers will weigh how to boost broadband investment around the country.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders round out the top three.
The outages occurred in August of last year.
The plan attracted concern from lawmakers who struck a deal to keep more offices open.
The measures passed on a party-line vote.
The four-year program, which 14 federal district courts participated in, ends this week.
The decision came amid pressure from congressional Republicans.
Netflix opposed Comcast's proposed deal with Time Warner Cable.
The report recommends Congress create a special FBI unit to assist victims.
HUD will work with local governments, telecommunications firms and nonprofits.
The program was ruled illegal, but it is still up and running temporarily.