Clinton and Sanders have both expressed support for the striking workers.
They say it could adversely affect smaller providers.
Agencies should enforce privacy regulations only when there's evidence of harm to consumers.
Trade groups are criticizing more robust privacy protections proposed by the agency.
"Guccifer" claimed to have hacked Clinton's email.
Apple is hoping to increasing its presence in the potentially lucrative Indian market.
A total of 44 percent of the voting-aged public get news from Facebook.
A series of problematic amendments were offered ahead of the vote.
A Senate committee is marking up the bill Thursday morning.
The FCC finalized a penalty first proposed in 2014.
Fewer than 10 percent of the staffs of Apple and Google are African-American.
Clinton's camp is pushing back on new criticism.
The decision will ultimately be up to agencies like the FCC and FDA.
The 29-year-old admitted to photographing classified areas of a nuclear sub.
The study by the National Toxicology Program measured exposure to cellphone radiation.
The aide once proposed creating a "stand-alone" computer system for Clinton's "ease of access."
Tech experts said the case would have major ramifications for software development.
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson called for IRS outreach to participants in the space.
Peter Thiel was an early investor in Facebook and is a pledged delegate for Donald Trump.
The company will also expand its pool service.
The CIA director "was just unwilling to publicly acknowledge wrongdoing," Ron Wyden claimed.
The EU high court will review so-called "model clauses" that allow U.S. companies to handle...
Net neutrality and a set-top box proposal were targeted in the early bill.
Broadcasters have fought against regulations on joint sales agreements.