Anonymous author declares Trump will ‘hear from me’ before 2020 election
Looks like the identity of the anonymous author won't be a secret forever.
Senate Democrats propose sweeping online privacy bill
The bill aims to give consumers more control over the data collected by tech companies.
Trump wonders why women’s suffrage centennial coin didn’t happen sooner
A lot of people pointed out the obvious.
This online campaign wants Congress to investigate Amazon’s ‘surveillance empire’
The push comes as some lawmakers have begun to probe the company.
Warren, Sanders go after Bloomberg for campaign’s $30 million ad buy
It's probably not shocking that Warren and Sanders are criticizing Bloomberg.
Trump says he wants to raise the vaping age to 21
The president made the remarks during a roundtable at the White House.
Sacha Baron Cohen calls tech giants the ‘greatest propaganda machine in history’
He didn't hold back.
Stephen Miller should be fired, more than 100 lawmakers say
The members of Congress sent President Donald Trump a letter.
The U.S. Army is reevaluating its use of TikTok after security concerns
This isn't the first time the government has raised some concerns about the popular app.
Pete Buttigieg can’t do the Pete Buttigieg dance
Apparently the mayor hasn't learned the dance moves.
Google announces new limits for political advertising
Google's move comes as other tech giants have grappled with their own political advertising policies.
Kamala Harris: Trump ‘got punked’ by North Korea
People online seemed to like the one-liner from the California senator.
Congress is concerned Amazon isn’t safeguarding Ring videos
The letter comes after one of the senators published Amazon's responses to his questions about Ring.
How to watch tonight’s 2020 Democratic debate
Here's what you need to know going into tonight's debate.
Amazon says police can hold on to Ring videos indefinitely
Ring's relationship with law enforcement has faced scrutiny.
Congress thinks Facebook is misleading you about its location tracking
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) and Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday.