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The government shutdown shows just how much budget fights in Washington could derail Elon Musk’s rocket ambitions.
In the last 48 hours, Russia-linked Twitter accounts tweeted #schumershutdown more than any other hashtag.
Government shutdown expected to end just hours after agencies sent employees home.
In the shutdown's shadow, Congress also renewed controversial internet spying powers.
Immigration isn’t the only sticking point.
, The Atlantic
Lawmakers did not come up with an alternate plan in time for the midnight deadline.
Some agencies would furlough virtually everyone, while others would remain completely open if there is a lapse in appropriations.
Continuing resolution to keep agencies open through Feb. 16 will face a tougher vote in the Senate.
One of the biggest issues federal agencies run into with blockchain projects is making sure sensitive data doesn't fall into the wrong hands.
Lawmakers grilled Facebook, YouTube and Twitter over their efforts to block extremist content on their platforms.
The vote is a rare rift on cyber policy with the Trump administration.
A pair of lawmakers also proposed a pay raise for federal employees.
Sen. Ben Sasse wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify on the issue.
But lawmakers could face an uphill battle reconciling the bill with its tech-friendly House counterpart.
The man behind some of the government's most important tech efforts in recent decades announced his retirement.
And they want half of the money to go to victims.
The bill would put the power of law behind the Trump administration’s vulnerability transparency pledge.
Social media activity linked to Russia has increased massively
The bills aim to boost women, veterans and others under-represented in tech fields.
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