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May 15, 2019
Donald Trump Jr has agreed to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee in Russian meddling probe, claim US mediaSeeking to complete their own report on Russian election interference, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr risked the wrath of the White House and his Republican party by issuing a subpoena for Donald Jr.
May 14, 2019
Donald Trump Jr subpoenaed by Senate intelligence committee for backing out of two interviews on Russia investigationSenator Richard Burr outlined the events at a GOP caucus luncheon after weathering fierce criticism for the subpoena of Trump Jr
Jul 26, 2018
Facebook, Google, Twitter to appear at a Senate panel hearing in SeptemberFacebook, Twitter and Google will play a crucial role in shaping public opinion during US elections.
Feb 14, 2018
Top US officials from the intelligence agencies in the United States warn people against using devices from Huawei or ZTEUS lawmakers are currently considering a bill that would ban government employees from using Huawei and ZTE smartphones.
Oct 25, 2017
US Senate panel approves legislation to renew the National Security Agency's internet surveillance programSenators introduced legislation that would require the NSA to obtain a warrant for queries of data on Americans under an internet surveillance program.
Oct 21, 2017
Russia probe: Senate investigators interrogate Russians who met Donald Trump JrSenate intelligence committee investigators have spoken with several Russians who attended a June 2016 meeting with US President Donald Trump's son
May 27, 2016
Despite Apple case spotlight, push for encryption law falters.After a rampage in San Bernardino, key U.S. lawmakers pledged to seek a law requiring tech companies to give law enforcement a "back door" to encryption in communications and electronic devices, such as the iPhone used by one of the shooters.
Apr 14, 2016
Burr-Feinstein controversial encryption bill now released to publicTwo US senators have issued a formal draft of a controversial bill that would give courts the power to order technology companies like Apple to help authorities break into encrypted devices