Governor Cuomo Proposes More Disclosure for Online Political Ads in New York

The New York legislation, which closely hews to a federal bill, would require internet companies to reveal who is paying and to show where content comes from.

Futures in Jeopardy, ‘Dreamers’ Get Backing of Big Names and Businesses

A well-financed advertising and lobbying campaign for DACA beneficiaries is pushing Congress for a deal.

An Alabama Senate Candidate Keeps Democratic Leaders Away — but Not Their Money

Doug Jones has portrayed his race for the Senate as an Alabama effort, apart from the national Democratic Party, but he is reaping the fruit of an energized party.

What to Watch for as Facebook, Twitter and Google Executives Testify on Capitol Hill

All three tech companies admitted ahead of hearings that Russia’s use of their platforms to sway the American electorate was bigger than previously acknowledged.

Purged Facebook Page Tied to the Kremlin Spread Anti-Immigrant Bile

The page, posing as an activist group, was one of hundreds of fake accounts Russia used in an information campaign during the election, a revelation that has put Facebook on the defensive.