The GOP suffered an embarrassing reporting discrepancy in the state in 2012.
Telecom companies are hoping courts will delay the new rules.
Congress will step up oversight of a wireless broadband network, says key lawmaker.
The House will vote Tuesday on the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act.
The self-driving technology was not the cause of the accident.
In the meeting, Charter said new net neutrality rules would not change its investment.
Ads "can actually create real value for people," the official says.
House lawmakers want to rein in the DEA, NSA and other agencies.
Companies like Uber and Lyft are employing large numbers of independent workers.
The former governor's 2016 bid drew a tiny reaction on the social media platform.
Only two percent of its workforce is black, according to recently released statistics.
She says the tech industry are "the ones drafting it."
There are growing concerns about security vulnerabilities in medical devices.
Political handicapper Nate Silver is helping to lead the charge against an FCC proposal.
It's unclear when — if ever — he will return to the United States.
The drone reportedly flew near a flight from Houston to Dallas.
Ross Ulbricht’s appeal focuses on alleged government corruption.
But Americans also accept that they have little control over what marketers can learn.
“Incredible work when you think about," he said.
The group wrote a "eulogy" for the project that archived deleted tweets.
The Senate Judiciary Committee sent the bill to the floor in a 16-4 vote.
Twitter said Politwoops violated its developer agreement.
Democrats objected to three ammendments offered by Republicans.
“Social media is yet the latest tool exploited by terrorists,” according to the FBI