The Obama administration has supported congressional action on patent reform.
"I have no intention of watering it down," Issa said.
The $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable increasingly appears in peril.
The "StingRay" devices pick up data from people's phone.
The current ban expires later this year.
One GOP member of the FCC seems to think so.
Sen. Dean Heller wants the FCC to release the text of regulations before they are approved.
Hipster.com co-founder Ethan Czahor tweeted comments disparaging to women and gay men.
FCC Chairman Wheeler says the expected action will set a strong precedent.
Sen. Ron Johnson said he fears "undue outside pressure" was applied to the agency.
However, the Obama administration appears to be siding with GOP Sen. Richard Burr.
Some of the industry’s biggest names are singing out to protect their royalties.
The documents contain information about the use of drones to kill three Americans.
"My preference is always to actually get legislation passed," Obama said.
The decision is a stinging rebuke to critics of the NSA.
The bill authorizes $18 billion for 2015 NASA programs.
NoFlyZone.org allows users to create a "geo-fence" around their property.
The patent nominee Michelle Lee will be on the docket as well as Daniel Henry Marti, who was...
Facebook is bringing a free slice of the Internet to millions of people in India.
Tim Cook’s remarks come as tech companies and the government argue about encryption.
The NSA isn’t hurting the Obama administration like it used to.
“House of Cards” is coming to Havana.
Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) found security plans are “alarmingly inconsistent and incomplete."
FCC chairman and former lobbyist Tom Wheeler is now pressing tough net neutrality rules.