As expected, Obama has shot down the nation's most controversial oil pipeline. And it's not why he says he did.
The FCC's net neutrality process is simply how government agencies work. So what's with all the grandstanding?
Obama started a new cybersecurity agency that depends on problematic legislation that doesn't exist yet.
A new bill wants the US Congress to go virtual.
Snapchat picked up the same firm as Lyft to increase its privacy lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill.
Presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan lays out his vision for the future of a global politics where virtual reality, mind-reading headsets, and AI governors are the norm.
Scientists and science historians argue that Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and other climate change deniers may be heading up the most “egregiously wrong-headed” Congress in modern times.
The Sony hack revived the controversial anti-piracy, anti-privacy bill.
That 2014 is turning out to be the hottest year ever recorded is, sadly, not particularly remarkable. What we started doing about it is.
“This will be a case study I can guarantee will be both used and misused in everything from legislation to cybersecurity sales pitches.”