Congress is reviewing a section to put more legal responsibility on social media platforms, including Facebook.
America’s leadership in high technology is threatened by China’s ambition to lead AI market worldwide by 2030, three experts said Thursday.
America’s leadership in high technology is threatened by China’s ambition to lead AI market worldwide by 2030, three experts said Thursday.read more
Massachusetts, California, New York and Rhode Island top the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s annual State Energy Efficiency Scorecard. In Washington, policies about building and appliance efficiency ensured its top-ten status.
Massachusetts, California, New York and Rhode Island top the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s annual State Energy Efficiency Scorecard. In Washington, policies about building and appliance efficiency ensured its top-ten status.read more
WASHINGTON - Low inflation rates are concerning economic experts because they fear the economy will stall, and there is not an easy fix for the issue. Since the Great Recession of 2007 to 2009, inflation in developed countries has been low and steady, which is not...read more
Whistleblowers who helped the federal government collect $1.4 billion in unpaid taxes last year reaped a record $312 million in reward money thanks to a new law meant encourage tipsters to step forward. And for the first time ever, whistleblowers have been granted legal protection against retaliation under a new law that went into effect in July.read more
Cybersecurity experts have warned that a recent House bill that could give businesses the power to counter cyberattacks outside their own computer networks is fraught with risks and legal pitfalls.
Players in growing industry urge action on legislation that would protect banks and credit unions that work with the marijuana industry.
Marijuana retailers ask Congress for financial reform to gain access to the banking system.
After all this time, why should we still care about the moon?
WASHINGTON — From Vermont to California, governors and housing associations agree Americans in rural and urban areas are facing a housing affordability crisis.
Competition is seen as similar to the ‘Space Race ‘in the 1960s with the Soviet Union.
Does an inventor’s sale of an invention to a third party prior to a patent affect the patentability of the invention?
National security experts are questioning the ethics of private companies’ collection of personal data.
Securities and Exchange Chairman Jay Clayton discussed driving investment at Georgetown University Thursday.