Officials said the registrations were disparaging to Native Americans.
The lawyer for the Redskins said the team is confident it will win on appeal.
The WikiLeaks founder says the Obama administration should consider its legacy.
The wireless industry is preparing for two airwave auctions over the next year but looking for more...
The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee are pushing new cybersecurity legislation.
Lawmakers fear an FCC plan could result in two classes of Internet.
Plans call for the Russian-made engines to be phased out by 2019.
The explosion of medical devices and apps that integrate with smartphones has the potential to...
The president will announce $150 million in research funding for Materials Genome Initiative.
With the decision to transition away from U.S. control, addressing ICANN's longstanding...
House lawmakers are being asked to support the Email Privacy Act.
The justices' ruling could settle the legally murky domain of website comments, blog posts.
A bipartisan duo wants to stop the NSA from building deliberate security vulnerabilities.
The Judiciary Committee passed the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act on a 30-4 vote.
The bill gained its 218th co-sponsor, giving hope that the legislation could move this year.
A retailer group is hitting back against credit unions over “finger pointing” on data breaches.
The blackout rule “has been working for nearly four decades,” a website for the league says.
Rand Paul, Ron Wyden and Mark Udall pledged to fight against “limited” legislation.
Groups are asking President Obama not to get new court approval.
The NSA has refused to comply with their request, prompting the lawsuit.
Lawmakers are pushing for changes to the copyright licensing system.
Jamie Estrada admitted he intercepted emails and shared them with political opponents.
The House Judiciary Committee will mark up the bill on Wednesday.
The companies collect billions of bits of information about people.