The agency head typically leaves when a president from the opposing party is elected.
The proposed fine appears timed with a major overhaul of the FCC's Lifeline program.
Franken has asked a number of major companies for similar information.
Observers have watched the numbers closely as Congress debates patent reform legislation.
The move could empower the FBI to "circumvent" privacy protections, critics warn.
The reports describe the trades in Libya, Syria, Iraq and Yemen.
The ruling is a setback for critics of Clinton's email system.
The company now offers end-to-end encryption for all messages.
Google is seeking a foothold in the political polling industry.
Europe's top antitrust regulator says the probe is "advancing" despite U.S. criticism.
Netflix's admission of throttling raises more questions about its net neutrality boosterism.
It is meant to be easy to read to allow customers to comparison shop.
A federal judge said the settlement "shortchanged" drivers.
The Hill obtained a discussion draft of the long-awaited Senate measure.
Cars are already on the roads in Phoenix, according to a Thursday report.
FBI Director James Comey says a secret hacking tool doesn't work on iPhone 6 or 5s models.
Uber's military program was launched in 2014 with the goal of signing up 50,000 drivers.
He also said the government is in discussions about disclosing the tool to Apple.
Two lawmakers split on the app's decision to offer strong encryption as a default.
The FEC questioned charges on Rep. Duncan Hunter's campaign expense report.
Many tech companies have come out against the law.
Twitter reportedly beat out other major tech companies including Amazon and Yahoo.
The proposal was condemned by lawmakers in both parties.
The company has been the target of persistant criticism in the city.