Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced a bill Tuesday night to reauthorize a portion of the Patriot Act that allows the National Security Agency to sweep up call records on millions of Americans until 2020.
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The House of Representatives is working on an aggressive plan to renew key Patriot Act spying powers before their expiration in June.
SpaceX successfully completed its sixth resupply mission to the International Space Station Tuesday, followed shortly by a second unsuccessful attempt to land its Falcon 9 rocket for reuse.
Republicans in the House of Representatives this week made a legislative move to override the Federal Communications Commission's new net neutrality rules.
In a brief filed late Wednesday, Microsoft said the federal government's legal argument for seizing user emails stored overseas "rewrites" an almost 30-year-old law to "reinterpret" it in a way it was never meant to be used.
John Oliver's interview with Edward Snowden shed new, unflattering light on National Security Agency surveillance Sunday by informing Americans their "dick pics" were fair game for agency interception. In an outtake posted Thursday, the whistleblower exposed further revealing information about passwords.
Anticipated 2016 presidential contender Hillary Clinton has reportedly hired a top executive from Google to serve as the chief technology officer for her campaign.
The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday took its most significant action yet to protect consumer data by fining AT&T $25 million for handing over the personal information of 280,000 U.S. customers to smartphone thieves.
Newly announced 2016 presidential contender Rand Paul vowed during his campaign announcement Tuesday to end the National Security Agency's bulk surveillance of Americans on his first day in office.
NASA astronaut Terry Virts, currently aboard the International Space Station as part of the Expedition 43 crew, is proving himself to be one of the station's most adept photographers yet.
California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein thinks websites that provide instructions for making homemade bombs should be removed from the Internet.
We're all about promoting self-defense, but reading the instructions before trying out your new taser is always advisable -- or at the very least, understanding the basic laws of conductivity.
A federal judge on Tuesday threw out an ironic defense by AT&T against a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit over the company's throttling of unlimited data plans.
President Obama on Wednesday declared cyberattacks a "national emergency," and announced new executive authority designed to protect critical U.S. Internet assets and retaliate against hackers.
The Baltimore field office of the Department of Homeland Security has subpoenaed Reddit for information on users of the site's “dark net markets” forum, where users discuss places to purchase drugs online -- including the recently disappeared market "Evolution."
Hacktivist group Anonymous has threatened to unleash "electronic holocaust" on Israel in early April, according to video by the group posted to YouTube.
A spokesperson previously associated with the hacktivist group Anonymous dumped a list online Tuesday of more than 26,000 Twitter accounts formerly or actively supporting the Islamic terrorist group ISIS.
Ryan Reynolds tweeted Friday the first image of the actor in his "Deadpool" costume, and it reinforces why he's perfect for the "X-Men" spinoff.
Fidgeting, sweating or staring might sound like average behavior for anyone waiting in line at airport security, but according to the Transportation Security Administration, they're potential warning signs for would-be terrorists.