Texas v. Azar continued last week, with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit hearing oral arguments in the case.
Former National Security Council chief of staff Fred Fleitz on concerns over Google's alleged ties to China and President Trump canceling an F-35 sale after Turkey gets Russian air defense system.
EY Senior Vice Chair Michael Inserra on Facebook's Libra and the future of cryptocurrency.
Customs and Border Protection Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan on the Trump administration's efforts to reform U.S. asylum laws and the mounting border crisis.
An analysis by Parks Associates predicts OTT or over-the-top media services and pay-for-TV companies lost $9.1 billion in revenue and will grow to $12.5 billion in 2024 due to piracy or sharing account passwords.
A retired U.S. general tells The Military Times the American ban of Huawei products does not go far enough to protect national security.
California Rep. Brad Sherman thinks Facebook’s new cryptocurrency could be dangerous to Americans — even more so than Osama Bin Laden carrying out the 9/11 terror attacks.