The Surgeon General called on Congress to take action against the harms social media poses to youth.
The U.S. accounts for just 10 percent of electric vehicle production and 7 percent of battery production.
A wide range of tech industry associations and civil liberties advocates applauded the decision to leave Section 230 untouched.
Energy and Commerce subcommittee voted on 28 bills, most related to reducing permitting barriers.
TikTok addressed the revelation that employees tracked the physical location of at least one U.S. journalist.
Rosenworcel said the FCC has the authority to extend removal deadline by six months.
The agency’s aggressive approach to antitrust under Chair Lina Khan has sparked controversy.
The FCC's spectrum auction authority expired in March.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew’s recent testimony left Congress with more questions than answers.
House lawmakers presented a united front against TikTok as calls for a national ban gain momentum.
The Secure Space Act and the Satellite and Telecommunications Streamlining Act are scheduled for mark-up on Thursday.
Lawmakers were disappointed the Senate did not pass legislation providing the authority until May 19.
Legislation to be considered include revealing Chinese backers of apps and getting investment for semiconductor manufacturers.
Lawmakers from both parties highlighted concerns about targeted advertising practices.
It will be the first time TikTok's CEO will appear for a congressional hearing.
The new chair renamed three subcommittees, hinting at the GOP’s goals for the coming term.
Rep. Ken Buck said tech companies’ practices are anticompetitive and threaten innovation, free speech and national security.
If Sohn is sworn in, it would break the FCC’s party deadlock and allow the Democrats to potentially bring back net neutrality.
The FCC alleges that the Cox/Jones Enterprise conduct violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Many, particularly conservatives, have expressed outrage over Taibbi and Weiss’s revelations.
Thune distributed a letter dated Tuesday seeking stakeholder input.
'The new space age has turned everything we know about how to deliver critical space-based services on its head.'
'Red tape really does have the possibility to kill project,' argued a House subcommittee chief counsel.
'Our founders provided Congress with legislative authority to ensure lawmaking is done by elected officials, not unaccountable bureaucrats.'
The bill is bipartisan, and a joint effort between the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Senate Commerce Committee.
The FCC chairwoman responded to a letter by members of Congress resisting calls to back down on net neutrality.
And lawmakers hope to iron out some wrinkles in infrastructure bill.
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