There is a limit to Trumpism in America and his name is Roy Moore.
Twenty-two of the world’s top technology companies are firmly against the controversial Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (Cisa) now on the floor of the Senate, according to a new poll by internet activists Fight for the Future.
Some of the biggest names in tech including Google, Yahoo, Facebook and T-Mobile have come out against a controversial cybersecurity bill, arguing that it fails to protect users’ privacy and could cause “collateral harm” to “innocent third parties”.
On Wednesday, congressional Republicans tried to pull a fast one.
A Senate hearing on the Federal Reserve’s oversight of banks turned into a roast of New York Federal Reserve president William Dudley, who tried to fend off complaints from several angry senators and counted not one supporter on his side.
In an Edwardian home in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district, close to a dozen people gathered for a political fundraiser with a dirty little secret.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra suffered a bruising second day of congressional testimony related to the car firm’s fatal ignition issues on Wednesday, berated by senators who said her company should face a criminal investigation.
The US economy is losing up to a billion dollars a week because of the “fiscally irresponsible” decision to end long-term unemployment benefits, a Harvard economist said on Friday.