British police seek authority to directly serve U.S. companies with warrants
Congress would have to approve of any deal to change how foreign governments get U.S. data.
Controversial CEO Martin Shkreli dodges claims of drug price-gouging at hearing
The most hated man in pharmaceuticals left the government hearing after mere minutes.
What is the Judicial Redress Act and why is it important to U.S.–E.U. relations?
The bill would give Europeans a key right that Americans already enjoy.
Fake 911 call sends SWAT team to home of lawmaker sponsoring anti-swatting bill
Katherine Clark is sponsoring a bill to crack down on the very prank that hit her last night.
House investigates whether U.S. agencies used firewall with possible NSA backdoor
The NSA might have put a backdoor in a popular firewall. Now Congress wants answers.
Cybersecurity is the 21st century’s real battlefield
The U.S. needs a strong public-private approach to cybersecurity.