Black lawmakers call on Facebook and Twitter to purge racist ads
Congressional Black Caucus members are calling for ad audits and other measures.
Russian Facebook ads reportedly targeted crucial swing states
Key demographics in Michigan and Wisconsin were the focus of some of the promoted posts.
Facebook: 10 million people saw Russian political ads
It promises to tighten restrictions on ad content going forward.
Facebook hands over Russia-linked ads to Congress
The ads were allegedly designed to incite political discord in the US.
Equifax stock sales prompt DOJ investigation for insider trading
Three officials sold $1.8 million in shares after the company learned of the security breach.
Congressmen call for investigation of FCC cyberattack claims
Two high-ranking members of Congress want the FCC to be more forthcoming.
Obama's science advisors are reportedly still hard at work
Dozens of them are still actively meeting and advising lawmakers.
Tech CEOs haven’t yet agreed to attend House net neutrality hearing
Congress has extended the deadline for the CEOs’ responses.
Congress looks into government agencies' deals with Kaspersky
A congressional panel is worried that Kaspersky's products could be used against the US government.