President Trump blames 'fake news' media for aiding smugglers, human traffickers

President Donald Trump blamed yet another entity for the growing immigration crisis on the US southern border: the news media.

New York Times under fire for spiking a Stephen Miller interview from its podcast

The June 19 episode of the New York Times' podcast "The Daily"  focused on the GOP’s controversial new policy of separating migrant families.

T-Mobile, Sprint File With FCC

T-Mobile and Sprint have filed with the Federal Communications Commission for approval of their proposed merger, and promised in their public interest statement that the deal would create more jobs, more choice in video and business service, and w

The Man Who Saw the Dangers of Cambridge Analytics Years Ago

In December 2014, John Rust wrote to the head of the legal department at the University of Cambridge, where he is a professor, warning them that a storm was brewing. Rust informed the university that one of the school’s psychology professors, Alek

The regulatory mistakes that let Facebook and Google buy ad dominance

Several major acquisitions have helped Google and Facebook on their way to unprecedented dominance over the advertising supply chain, antitrust analysts argued at the Open Markets Institute forum. There are six acquisitions that experts cited as m

Senate Rebukes Trump With Vote to Reinstate ZTE Sales Ban

The Senate passed legislation to reinstate a ban on sales of US components to ZTE Corp. in a rare rebuke of President Donald Trump, who had taken steps to revive the Chinese telecommunications company.

Supreme Court sidesteps decision on partisan gerrymandering in rulings on Wisconsin, Maryland cases

The Supreme Court sidestepped a decision on when partisan gerrymandering goes too far, ruling against the challengers of a Republican-drawn map in WI and a Democratic redistricting in MD.

AT&T is already planning more acquisitions, days after buying Time Warner

AT&T will soon offer a new streaming video service thanks to its acquisition of Time Warner, and it will be buying more companies in order to beef up its advertising platform, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said.

DOJ inspector general, FBI director face questions from Congress on report

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz and FBI Director Christopher A. Wray faced lawmakers to defend a report on the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails, which rebuked the conduct of former director James B.

With Two Suitors for Fox, the Murdochs Consider Next Steps

The Walt Disney Company has agreed to buy most of 21st Century Fox’s assets in a deal worth $52.4 billion, but things got complicated recently when Comcast made a rival offer that valued the business at $65 billion. It may stoke visions of blister