Federal law enforcement agencies secretly seek the data of Microsoft customers thousands of times a year, according to congressional testimony Wednesday by a senior executive at the technology company.
By Eric Tucker, Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
The chief executive of the massive fuel pipeline hit by ransomware last month will tell senators on Tuesday that authorizing a multi-million-dollar payment to hackers was the right thing to do to bring an end to fuel shortages affecting much…
By Eric Tucker, Ben Fox, Associated Press
The CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google encountered intense scrutiny from House lawmakers on Wednesday, particularly over whether they leverage unfair business practices to prevent their competition from succeeding. Is American antitrust law sufficient to handle the rapidly changing…
Four Big Tech CEOs are fending off accusations of stifling competition in front of a congressional panel that is investigating market dominance in the industry.
By Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
Bill Taylor, acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, testified Tuesday as part of the House impeachment inquiry. Taylor’s detailed explanation of how U.S. military aid and the White House meeting that Ukraine’s president desired were both contingent upon investigations of President…
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. Ahead of his appearance, the White House had instructed Lewandowski to discuss only matters covered in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report -- and indeed, Lewandowski…
By Daniel Bush
Robert Mueller was clear on one point in his congressional hearings Wednesday: he did not exonerate President Donald Trump on the question of obstruction of justice, and reminded the American public that Russia interfered in the 2016 election thinking it…
By Lisa Desjardins
Former special counsel Robert Mueller's congressional testimony Wednesday is one of the most anticipated hearings on Capitol Hill in years. Here's what to watch for.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
In an tense, hourslong congressional hearing Thursday, FBI agent Peter Strzok was defiant as Republicans unleashed blistering attacks, saying his anti-Trump sentiment — captured in personal text messages — is evidence of bias at the Justice Department.
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