The tech industry leader is worried that potential abuses of facial recognition technology could diminish enthusiasm for positive and practical uses in commerce and law enforcement.
A new congressional report states that Equifax executives knew about critical security flaws months before they discovered they had been hacked, but did little to address the problems.
The Senate cleared a bill to boost information sharing and data access at the Department of Homeland Security, sending it one step closer to the president's desk.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), the top Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, wants the Office of Special Counsel to rescind a memorandum cautioning feds against "resistance" and impeachment talk in the workplace.
House Democrats have been backing a revival of the congressional tech consultancy in recent years. Now that they control the House, can the OTA make a comeback?
Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) called for a new "whole of society" cyber doctrine designed to combat modern threats from hackers and disinformation campaigns.
The House and the Senate voted to push off negotiations over an imminent funding lapse, putting off a political fight over the border wall until just before Christmas.
House Republicans announced a slew of changes to key committee posts.
The bill would require the Commerce Department to study the state of internet of things and any existing regulations in the area.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced a reset on a troubled software project needed to deliver education benefits to veterans, but can it get things on track in a year?
After going nearly all of 2017 without a quorum, the Merit Systems Protection Board will likely not be able to address its growing backlog of nearly 1,600 cases in 2018.
As President Trump and lawmakers wrangle over funding for a border wall, a partial government shutdown looms.