Some lawmakers are wondering whether it was all a coincidence.
"Wonder if tomorrow is going to be bad for Wall Street.... " the group wrote.
The government will have to temporarily extend its contract with ICANN.
The woman alleged that Time Warner Cable called her number 163 times.
Consumer Watchdog filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
Jeb Bush was reacting to comments from former Attorney General Eric Holder.
“His actions spurred a necessary debate,” Holder said in an interview.
Under the New York Democrat's bill telemarketers could face fines or jail time.
The Obama administration allegedly used what it found to influence the press.
Twenty-six million people added a rainbow filter to their Facebook profile.
The FCC is also reviewing the transaction.
It was revealed this week that a new "unlimited" plan had limited data speeds for streaming video.
The provision is a part of an annual spy policy bill set to hit the Senate floor in coming days.
Law enforcement officials worry they can be mistaken for real guns.
The New York Stock Exchange resumed trading at 3:10 p.m.
She called the spate of cyberattacks "a serious threat."
"Whatever happened is not a simple, straightforward thing," the CEO says.
The billboard display for Free Press will run through September 30.
Clinton has by far attracted the most interest from users of the search engine.
The tech giant is making its first foray into ride sharing.
France's government said he was not in imminent danger.
The agency is likely to ask for conditions on the deal, according to a report.
All of the incidents occurred in the Bay Area.
The move is likely to irk the international business community.