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.
The newspapers' editorial boards want the Senate to reform the NSA.
The Senate will vote Tuesday on whether to move forward with the carefully crafted bill.
Senators from New York and New Jersey want a joint National Guard team on cyber.
The State Department said it believes hacking "incidents" on its network are related.
Republicans accused the FCC of delaying the proposal until after the midterms.
The Senate can "send a strong message of change," companies said.
The USA Freedom Act faces its biggest test yet.
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.
The senator said he wouldn’t block Republicans from offering amendments to the bill.
The bill is a companion to legislation in the Senate.
The White House said it “strongly supports” the bill headed to the Senate on Tuesday.
The two senators are sparring over the proposed rules for net neutrality.
New rules to increase transparency are expected in January.
Markey said the U.S. Marshals Service program raises important privacy concerns.
We need a framework that lets nations set their own policies while also growing the Internet.
An official told the AP that no classified systems were affected.