The social network and news source debut their social app, which lets users display political preferences on their Facebook timelines, news feeds, and real-time tickers.
A vote is imminent, and the long-debated measure to require e-retailers to collect sales taxes in most states could actually pass.
With just hours left in the voting day, the president turns to the popular link-sharing site for some final campaigning.
Facebook is expected to send U.S. members a reminder of their civic duty this Tuesday.
In Monday's installment of "Dancing with the Stars," the Apple co-founder plans to attempt the Argentine tango, attempting to be sexy. Is the world ready?
What supporters of SOPA had hoped would be speedy committee approval took a porn-and-Twitter detour through dozens of amendments. The result: A reprieve for Internet companies.
Marathon debate over the Stop Online Piracy Act was derailed not by free speech concerns with the bill, but rather a Twitter post that accused Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of being boring.
The Stanford University law professor and copyright law critic plans to decide by March 1 whether to seek the Silicon Valley seat vacated by the late Rep. Tom Lantos.
Web favorite Ron Paul addressed young voters in MySpace and MTV's "presidential dialogue," but the question of tech policy didn't make an appearance.
Estonian Parliament approved a measure Thursday that will allow citizens to vote by mobile phone in the tech-friendly nation's next election.