Obama is urging FCC to treat broadband like a utility.
They say freeing up more work visas should be part of his executive actions.
Small banks and the networks that serve the financial industry can expect tougher tests.
The websites are accused of selling illegal goods and services on an online black market.
The FTC needs broader authority, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on the FOIA Improvement Act next week.
Republicans say increased investments in technology propelled them to major wins.
Home Depot is the victim of the largest retail data breach to date.
Lawmakers are coming under pressure to oppose part of a must-pass satellite TV bill.
AT&T's CEO had a rare personal conversation with the head of the FCC.
The online black market, like its predecessor, specialized in selling drugs.
Mike Rogers will retire at the end of the year.
Broadcasters accused the FCC of “refusal to follow Congress’s express direction."
The Communications Act was last updated in 1996, when dial-up Internet was cutting edge.
The Supreme Court has been asked to take up a case on copyrighting computer commands.
Spies and hackers could find members' communications "completely defenseless," he warns.
Honda leads fellow Dem Ro Khanna 52-48, but the race has not been called.
The day after the FBI took down the infamous Silk Road 2, more sites are going offline.
Supporters of strong net neutrality rules are opposing a new plan at the FCC.
Mark Zuckerberg wants people to focus on the outbreak before it spreads.
At least 43 employees were laid off at its Boston.
An official said patents are not a "license to engage in deception."
One coalition urges a focus on giving people access to broadband Internet service.
The FCC may disrupt the principles that have governed the way the Internet has always worked.