The administration said it will also try to respond to petitions within 60 days.
The House GOP is laying the groundwork for their efforts for a joint tax-highway deal.
Sen. Ron Wyden is blocking the bill from moving forward.
"I don't think it is funny. I think it's serious," Rep. Anna Eshoo said.
The former contractor should “accept the consequences of his actions," the White House says.
The commission alleges that the company mislead consumers who had "unlimited" data plans.
The program has been criticized as a way to attract more users to Facebook services.
Previously, foreign console makers could only operate in a free-trade zone in Shanghai.
The path forward for pending legislation is murky, as lawmakers call for changes.
The Justice Department has also announced it will not quash the deal.
The cable giant reportedly had discussions with BuzzFeed, Business Insider and Vice.
The deal is expected to support upward of 60,000 more U.S. jobs.
"The president has to sign it into law," John Shimkus said.
The company hopes one day to deliver packages using small unmanned aircraft.
Many lawmakers might be violating FCC restrictions with telephone town hall events.
Tom Perez said the rise of companies like Uber doesn't force a choice berween worker prorections...
European regulators are mulling how to create a uniform code for handling customer data.
The decision forestalls what would have been certain outrage from privacy advocates.
Ajit Pai blasted the conditions imposed on the AT&T-DirecTV merger.
Chairman Tom Wheeler is headed back to Capitol Hill.
Hillary Clinton led the pack.
Security researchers exposed a security flaw in a Jeep earlier this week.
"Congress should debate that and approve it," Cruz said.
She faces conflicting pressures when it comes to "on-demand" workers.