WASHINGTON Two U.S. senators on Friday unveiled bipartisan legislation to toughen penalties on robocalls, make it easier for regulators to crack down on unwanted calls and compel mobile phone providers to adopt call authentication technologies.
WASHINGTON, Nov 16 Two U.S. senators on Friday
unveiled bipartisan legislation to toughen penalties on
robocalls, make it easier for regulators to crack down on
unwanted calls and compel mobile phone providers to adopt call
WASHINGTON The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Thursday that "design errors" were found in a pedestrian bridge that collapsed in March at Florida International University, killing six people and injuring eight.
WASHINGTON (The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to allow Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk's Space X, Telesat Canada [PSPENC.UL] and two other companies to roll out new satellite-based broadband services.
WASHINGTON The Air Line Pilots Association told U.S. safety regulators on Thursday the union was concerned about "a potential, significant aviation system safety deficiency" in the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, one of which crashed last month in Indonesia.
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON Amazon.com Inc picked America's financial and political capitals for massive new offices on Tuesday, branching out from its home base in Seattle with plans to create more than 25,000 jobs in both New York City and an area just outside Washington, D.C. | Video
WASHINGTON China has delivered a written response to U.S. demands for wide-ranging trade reforms, three U.S. government sources said on Wednesday, a move that could trigger more formal negotiations to resolve a withering trade war between the world's top economies. | Video
* Chinese response reiterates earlier commitments- source
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The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday launched the agency's first high-band 5G spectrum auction as it works to clear space for next-generation faster networks.
WASHINGTON, Nov 14 The U.S. National
Transportation Safety Board opened an investigative hearing on
Wednesday into the fatal engine explosion on a Southwest
Airlines Boeing 737 that killed one passenger.