Sen. Al Franken discusses his opposition to the Comcast takeover of Time Warner Cable with Reliable Sources' Brian Stelter.
The pundits over at Faux "news" with their latest excuse accuse the President of the United States of having a "strategy of appeasement and pandering.”
You may have noticed that you have only sporadic connectivity today.
Shepard Smith of Fox News on Wednesday defended Net Neutrality saying this could be "the end of the Internet as we know it" and then slammed an anti-net neutrality guest.
On Sunday, the German publication Der Spiegel revealed new details about secretive hacking—a secretive hacking unit inside the NSA called the Office of Tailored Access Operations, or TAO.
Google and Facebook have suddenly become bastions of civil liberty, and while I applaud their efforts to restrict government surveillance, it kinda smells funny, coming from two gigantic companies who track our every move.
The Justice Department began targeting Lavabit the day after Snowden revealed himself as the source of the NSA leaks.
Glenn Greenwald killed the internet.
National Security Agency officers on several occasions have channeled their agency’s enormous eavesdropping power to spy on love interests, U.S. officials said.
While doing dishes one evening last week, Marc Gilbert, of Houston, Texas heard something strange...a strange voice coming from his 2-year-old daughter's bedroom as she slept.