Congress: Page 3
Both bills sailed through Congress last night with strong bipartisan support, a rare sighting in the current political climate.
'Facebook must answer these serious allegations and hold those responsible to account,' senator writes in letter.
The 'Defend Trade Secrets Act' protections include manufacturing processes and computer methods.
Boehner announced his decision to House Republicans earlier today.
Republicans in the House and Senate introduced legislation intended to roll back the Labor Board's broader definition of joint employer.
The explosion of Internet-connected computer features in automobiles give hackers a doorway into the control system of your car.
Small business runs on free trade. Two new agreements could have a big impact.
Franchise industry leaders are lobbying to preserve the existing joint employer definition, in contrast to the National Labor Relations Board's recent decisions.
President Obama signed a law more than two years ago expanding access to crowdfunding. The idea was almost universally popular in Washington, a rarity in and of itself, but codifying a plan for how to implement and regulate this new arm of crowdfunding has proven to be an epic challenge.
Can you work with people whose views are diametrically opposed to yours?
The patent trolls are the only stakeholders who benefit from vague and unclear threats to sue for patent infringement.
By overcoming market failure in the development and financing of early-stage technology, the SBIR program makes possible commercial activity that would not otherwise have occurred.
We will wait until next year for any conclusive action on a tangle of Internet tax issues, including online access taxes and online state sales taxes.
Republicans strengthened their grip in Congress in a move guaranteed to limit President Obama's legislative agenda for his last two years in office.