The game requires players to dodge Internet service providers trying to slow down their speeds.
Larry Klayman is seeking to have Hillary Clinton's email server "taken into court custody."
The company began listing 1,000 homes in Cuba on Thursday.
Four young men have pleaded guilty to stealing secret information about video games.
Executives at Twitter, eBay, Airbnb, Lyft and other companies are pressing states to act.
Ownership has increased 6 percent in a year.
An executive order authorizes the Treasury Department to impose more sanctions in response.
The classified document was at the center of the CIA's snooping on Senate files.
New details indicate the incident was a tragic mistake, not a threat to national security.
Sean Parker and Ron Conway are backing the new Economic Innovation Group.
The acquisition of Bright House is subject to regulatory approval.
Of great concern is that a future CEO or board might take ICANN in an undesirable direction.
The challenge alleges the FAA’s rules don’t go far enough to protect privacy.
The group has done the same after previous protests.
The proposed class action lawsuit was dimissed after years of legal wrangling.
"We did not find that, on balance, the consumer was worse off,” FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen...
Some reforms could save tax dollars, Sens. Cory Booker and Claire McCaskill say.
The FTC's lawsuit against AT&T is moving ahead.
The agency that polices secrecy has never taken a single action against a federal official.
Sen. Mike Lee is questioning the search giant's connection to the White House.
Google is getting some kind words from Rep. Emanuel Cleaver.
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman's (D-N.J.) bill would require DHS to research risks posed by small to...
“I’ve always been nervous about the attacks on the NSA," Bush said.
Twitter is the latest company to criticize the "religious freedom" laws.