Henry Waxman

After GOP Kills Net Neutrality Bill, Focus Shifts Back to FCC

One day after Congressional Republicans killed compromise legislation that would have protected net neutrality -- the principle that broadband providers shouldn't play favorites with Web content -- pressure has returned to the Federal Communications Commission to act on the issue.

Congress Accuses Toyota of Holding Back Information

Congress continues to press Toyota about what it knew when regarding unintended acceleration problems in its vehicles. Lawmakers are now seeking more information about the brake override feature that the automaker has begun installing on new cars and trucks to prevent the malfunctions.

Toyota Exec Sings Same Old Tune to Congress

Toyota's chief U.S. sales officer, James Lentz, appeared before U.S. lawmakers Thursday to deny again that electronics could possibly be the source of unintended acceleration issues in Toyota vehicles.