Sixty-one percent said they had gotten political news from Facebook in the previous week.
Users can now manage their privacy settings from a single page.
The only question now is how far the 2016 hopeful will go to kill the law.
The DOJ wants to change how judges issue warrants for computer searches.
Senators return for a rare Sunday session.
Ash Carter on Friday became the first Defense secretary on the social media platform.
More than 10,000 sites are redirecting visitors from congressional IP address towards a protest...
It's the latest litigation over net neutrality rules, which take effect June 12.
The commission will vote on the proposal next month.
He wants to require states to offer online voter registration.
Why would the government block a merger it believes isn't bad?
The civil liberties group offered recommendations to Commerce's Internet Policy Task Force.
The court ruled 7-2 to reverse lower court decisions.
Still, Sen. Mike Lee acknowledged that the fight could be delayed to next week.
Turnout could be higher in the Ro Khanna-Rep. Mike Honda rematch in California.
Ross Ulbricht was convicted for his role in creating a platform for selling illegal drugs.
Tesla seems to have lost its battle to sell cars directly to Texans.
Previous candidates' announcements generated much larger reactions.
Dozens of advocacy groups and business coalitions oppose the "compromise" plans.
Technical details are reportedly holding up automating the process for taking down copyrighted...
The charges are part of the DOJ's broader effort to reduce cyber crime on the dark Web.
Regulators are reportedly close to finishing their deliberations on the deal.
The page shows a picture of Clinton and jokes about her email use.
The commission will vote to allow carriers to use blocking technology on robocallers.