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Government going too far in the name of national security?

FreedomWorks’ Adam Brandon on why the U.S. government threatened to charge Yahoo $250,000 a day in fines.

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  1. Target CFO to testify before Senate on big data breach

    Target Corp's chief financial officer will testify before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on February 4 about a massive data breach in what is likely to be the f...

  2. Innovation Act Divides Startups, Small Biz

    On Thursday, the House passed the Innovation Act, which has divided experts and advocates for the startup and small business communities.

  3. Farm Bill Expires Again as Lawmakers Debate Plan

    Overshadowed by the government shutdown, the U.S. farm subsidy law expired for the second time on Tuesday with lawmakers still deadlocked over how to confront cuts i...

  4. Will the Boston Bombing Derail Immigration Reform?

    Detractors of immigration reform say the Tsarnaev brothers’ legal residence points to huge problems in the U.S. system. But supporters argue this is just a distraction – and that the nation’s entrepreneurs need reform fast.

  5. More Transparency Needed in Budget Talks?

    The Weekly Standard Senior Writer Stephen Hayes on Sen. Rand Paul’s opposition to the Administration’s drone policy and the President’s dinner with Republican Senators on the budget.

  6. 'Moo've Over, Fiscal Cliff: Dairy Prices Seen Soaring Without New Farm Bill

    Alarm about an arcane provision that could send U.S. milk prices at the grocery store soaring, hurting millions of American households, has spurred calls for last-mi...

  7. Senate To Hold Hearing On Marijuana Policy

    The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing early next year on federal marijuana policy, the head of the committee said Thursday. Vermont Democrat Patrick Lea...

  8. Fired for Being Too Old? Know Your Rights

    Are you feeling picked on because you are older than your co-workers? Do you suspect you lost your job because you're older -- and because you made more money than y...

  9. Sen. Leahy Lectures Chief Justice on Judicial Activism

    FNC legal analyst Peter Johnson on Sen. Patrick Leahy lecturing Supreme Court Chief John Roberts on judicial activism and the lawsuits over the birth-control mandate.

  10. What Will the Tea Party’s Impact be on 2012 Election?

    “Covenant of Liberty” author Michael Patrick Leahy on Rep. Ryan and Obama’s budget plans and the Tea Party’s impact on the Presidential election.

  11. Reid Postpones Senate Vote on PIPA Anti-Piracy Bill

    U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid on Friday postponed a showdown vote in his chamber on the PIPA online anti-piracy bill that pits Hollywood against Silicon V...

  12. President Obama Signs Patent Reform Bill Into Law

    President Barack Obama signed into law a patent overhaul bill Friday that backers say will curb frivolous lawsuits and help the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office do t...

  1. Internet fast lane fight

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the fight over Internet fast lanes.

  2. FCC tackles media mergers

    FBN’s Rich Edson on FCC chairman Tom Wheeler’s testimony on media mergers.

  3. Bipartisan group slams U.S. SEC for resisting email privacy reform

    A coalition of liberals and conservatives is lashing out at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for pushing back against legislation that would force governm...

  4. Lawmakers Press Comcast on TWC Merger

    Comcast Corp (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC) executives sought to reassure lawmakers on Wednesday that their planned merger would not send cable ...

  5. Is this the most secretive White House in history?

    Reason Magazine Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward and The Daily Caller Senior Editor Jamie Weinstein on the President’s claims of transparency.

  6. CIA caught spying on Congress?

    FNC senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s accusations against the CIA.

  7. Are We Finally Ready for EMV Cards?

    It's no secret that the United States has been slower than other parts of the world to embrace "smart" credit cards embedded with computer chips. Recent data breache...

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