Policies set in Washington and Brussels will have a long-term impact on how we use tech -- and on the industry itself.
A new Justice Department policy aims to combat hacking operations like those conducted by Russia during the 2016 election.
Commentary: Does Facebook take fake news seriously enough? Let's ask its CEO together.
"Get your butt on a plane," Sen. Elizabeth Warren added.
Meet the new EPA boss, same as the old boss (more or less).
The Commerce Department cites security concerns in recommending the FCC reject the carrier's application.
And the president praises Apple for investing $350 billion in the US -- though it's unlikely to be spent on new factories, as Trump hopes.
Now you can find out who's spending what on Twitter ads in federal elections.
Employees had voiced concern about being "complicit in the inhumane treatment of vulnerable people."
But representatives from Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter, among others, got little information on preparations under way, The New York Times reports.
It's satire. If you want to pay Trump for a hotel stay, you'll need to try the .com site.
New European tariffs could cost H-D as much as $100 million each year.
"We are keeping families together," the president says, changing the administration's application of immigration rules.