Market research firm Scarborough has data that suggest all kinds of relationships between your Internet use and your political beliefs.
House Republican Study Committee embraces EFF-style digital copyright reforms, then disavows its own report. RIAA says it didn't ask the GOP group to yank the paper from its Web site.
The Maine GOP issues a press release calling a state senate candidate's enthusiasm for World of Warcraft "a bizarre double life."
Despite dizzying campaign spending, double-digit California unemployment, and an anti-incumbent sentiment, ex-CEOs Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina couldn't dislodge their Democratic rivals.
In advance of Energy Secretary Steven Chu's testimony to investigators, a House subcommittee releases e-mails indicating that DOE officials tried to hold off announcement of Solyndra's layoffs until after the November 2010 election.
A Poll Position survey shows that AOL is the No. 1 e-mail provider among voters registered with the Republican Party.
At a pair of competing events in Silicon Valley today, President Obama and House Republican leaders are presenting their different approaches to aiding the U.S. economy.
At the Google/FoxNews debate being held this week with Republican presidential candidates, YouTube users also most want to hear from Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
New Republican majority plans to revive efforts to force Internet service providers to keep track of user activity, a proposal that could sweep in Web firms as well.
Web site for Eric Cantor, soon to be GOP House majority leader, points visitors to Democrat-controlled majorityleader.house.gov.