The highly capable Junk Squad is here to help politicians not expose their digitalia like Anthony Weiner, but rather without dysfunction.
State senators and representatives in Colorado have special license plates that just happen not to be in the DMV database. So, if they speed, they never receive a citation.
Some lawmakers have reintroduced the Marketplace Fairness Act, a bill that would allow states to grab sales tax from large e-tailers.
A new Web site dedicates itself to making sure all politicians' deleted tweets don't get lost in the ether.
The halcyon days of tax-free Internet shopping may soon be over, if Congress approves a proposed federal law supported by Wal-Mart and other big-box stores.
A study after the presidential debate showed that Twitter users exposed to political tweets are twice as likely to donate as other users of the microblogging service.
Rep. Jackie Speier, a Democrat whose district includes YouTube's headquarters, co-authored a letter asking Google a series of sternly worded questions.
MPAA Chairman Christopher Dodd appears to offer an open threat to politicians to vote the Hollywood way on SOPA-style legislation, or, um, else.
Bill Clinton told attendees at the CTIA tradeshow that the wireless industry is a good example of people working together to solve problems and he urged politicians to take note.
Former HP chief executive Carly Fiorina promises a deregulatory approach toward technology if elected U.S. senator, warning of Net neutrality overreach and saying current politicians don't understand Silicon Valley.