Cable TV, satellite and radio will have to provide online access to their political files.
A campaign official questioned why Microsoft is providing technology for free.
A coalition led by the cable industry opposes the proposal.
The hearing will examine the law behind controversial spying programs.
The National Security Council is not subject to open records laws, a court ruled.
The Science Guy says the auto racing league should look to "the future rather than the past."
Very little data exists on the rise of companies such as Uber and Airbnb.
The FCC is poised to issue Internet privacy rules.
Critics say an upcoming report is a way for the FCC to expand its authority.
The FAA has set a Feb. 19 deadline for drone registrations.
Amazon's primary corporate arm spent around $9 million on lobbying in 2015.
A new coalition includes trade groups, companies and public interest groups.
The controversial service lets customers stream video without using up their monthly data allotment.
Trump has attributed much of the boost in debate ratings this cycle to his presence.
A series of US officials traveled to Cuba last week to talk telecom policy.
The drivers will still be considered contractors, rather than employees.
The company said it is trying to verify customer feedback.
He will meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch and DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.
Rumsfeld says he learned the Solitaire game from an associate of Winston Churchill
Lawmakers are coming down to the wire on legislation.
DraftKings and FanDuel spent mightily in the last three months of 2015.
The terms were revealed in court transcripts Google and Apple want to redact.
A group of GOP senators said the FCC's definition of broadband Internet is unnecessarily high.
Policymakers should allow content providers to experiment with business models.