Hillary Clinton's campaign has tapped a network of more than 100 tech and telecom advisers to craft a policy agenda that echoes many of Silicon Valley's top priorities, from knocking down laws that limit innovation to defanging so-called patent tr
The rematch between longtime Rep Mike Honda (D-CA) and upstart Ro Khanna to represent a large chunk of Silicon Valley is as tight as ever.
Tim Wu, the law professor and tech policy expert best known for coining the term “net neutrality,” has joined the Office of Management and Budget to work on economic competitiveness issues. Wu willwork closely with the National Economic Council.
Election 2016 isn't all about the White House so Politico is rolling out a series on congressional contests in which prominent techies are facing stiff competition. First up is Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA).
HillaryClinton's inner circle insists that any talk about what her administration would look like is premature. But the conversations are happening anyway.
Donald Trump suggested that his campaign may take away press credentials from The New York Times, his latest attack on the media over the course of his presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton will address the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists convention on Aug 5 in Washington (DC).
Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins the White House, one thing seems sure: The US will get a president with scant first-hand understanding of modern technology.
The Commission on Presidential Debates responded to Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee's complaints about the debate schedule with a message on July 31: The schedule is set.
Republican Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence (R-IN) said the Trump campaign is having conversations about lifting the blacklist it has applied to certain media outlets.