The hearing marks the first time lawmakers have called top industry executives to account for rising prices that are squeezing Americans.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
A Senate intelligence committee has released bipartisan reports exposing further efforts by Russia to influence American elections via social media. Judy Woodruff speaks with committee member Sen. Ron Wyden, R-Ore., about how sophisticated the Russian efforts are, what social media…
Senator Ron Wyden says in a letter to Senate leaders that "at least one major technology company" has warned an unspecified number of senators and aides that their personal accounts were targeted by foreign government hackers.
By Frank Bajak, Raphael Satter, Associated Press
Sen. Ron Wyden asked the NRA to turn over detailed internal records about foreign funding it received in the past three years and how it spent that money, including whether any of it went toward influencing American elections.
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By Desmond Butler, Associated Press
In letters sent to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the NRA on Friday, Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon requested any documents showing financial links between Russia and the gun lobbying organization.
The Senate Intelligence Committee held its first public hearing on Russia's election season meddling, where both committee leaders made clear they wanted to avoid the partisanship that's plagued their House counterparts' investigation. They focused on issues from the very real…
Sen. Ron Wyden on balancing the 'teeter-totter' of security and liberty…
The Senate passed an energy bill Thursday night that would require automobile makers to increase fuel economy standards to 35 miles per gallon by the year 2020. The NewsHour's Kwame Holman reports on the action on Capitol Hill.
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