McConnell said Tuesday the Senate should vote on the reform proposal.
The minority leader said passage would "restore the confidence of the American people."
Investigators say trade secrets were stolen from two companies that made cellphone filters.
The Washington Post found the largest share of speaking fees came from Silicon Valley.
Internet.org is trying to bring basic Web services to the roughly 4 billion people.
PHILADELPHIA — The GOP presidential candidate said he will filibuster a short-term extension.
The group formally launched in late March.
Ajit Pai was among those who tuned in for the series finale.
The debate over the NSA’s mass surveillance is set to come to a head.
Experts said an automated train system might have prevented Tuesday's Amtrak crash.
A coalition has produced a set of principles for law enforcement.
People polled online are more willing to express negative views of politicians, according to Pew.
Senate leaders will bring the USA Freedom Act up for a vote they seem confident will fail.
The CFPB alleges Paypal illegally enrolled customers into its credit payment plans.
"Parents rightfully feel deceived by YouTube Kids," said a lawyer for the groups.
The effort reflects concerns about a lack of diversity at top companies.
What happens to consumer data when a company goes bankrupt?
An appeals court said a ruling against the video violated the First Amendment.
He said the FCC would be busy responding to a stay request of its net neutrality rules.
Tim Cook gave a graduation speech at George Washington University on Sunday.
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith says innovation is not partisan.
The case gets at critical questions about copyrighting parts of a programming language.
Lawmakers want to open the agency to the public eye after its approval of Internet rules.
Under the new policy, users can email moderators about content they consider harassment.