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Politicians are raising concerns around data privacy and anti-trust issues.
"The simple fact is NAFTA was enacted through legislation," Republican Sen. Toomey said. "It requires legislation to repeal it."
Taking back the House would allow Democrats, using their newfound control of the Ways and Means Committee, to review the tax returns and decide whether or not to release them.
Democrats zero in on New York Times investigation into Trump’s wealth and once again push for his tax returns
Democrats are zeroing in on The New York Times' Tuesday investigation into President Donald Trump's wealth, once again pushing to obtain the president's tax returns.
Foreign governments are hacking into the personal email accounts of US senators and their aides, according to Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR). But the office in charge of overseeing the Senate's security has no power to protect senators and staffers' personal accounts and devices.
The top voting machine maker admitted in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden that it installed remote access software on election equipment it shipped starting in 2000.
Top Democratic senator accuses Treasury Department of stonewalling his demands for Michael Cohen’s banking records
The ranking Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee is accusing the Treasury Department of refusing to provide documents and information related to President Donald Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen and his relationship with the Swiss drug company Novartis.
President Donald Trump is starting to backtrack on the China trade agreement just days after praising the deal. The reason is unclear but it may have to do with the breakdown of North Korea summit talks and the heavy criticism of the deal from both parties.
A prison technology company has a way to track almost any cell phone in the United States — and it reportedly just got hacked
Securus is a prison technology company that offers law enforcement a way to track almost any cell phone in the United States. It's come under the spotlight after a Missouri sheriff allegedly used Securus technology to track people without a warrant. Now, a hacker told Motherboard that it breached its database.
The country's foremost gun-rights group has found itself in congressional investigators' crosshairs.