The FCC recently approved new regulations that would classify the internet as a utility. Now, some Republicans, not happy with the decision, are saying a delay in the release of the full rules is the sign of a conspiracy.
Brian Fung, technology reporter with The Washington Post, discussed the controversy and Google's new move to wireless with Capital Insider.
A long list of 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls were in attendance at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference. Among them was Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker who attended the conference a head of the pack in poll numbers.
Molly O'Toole, politics reporter with Defense One, discussed who stood out at CPAC and the DHS funding debate with Capital Insider.
FBI Director James Comey said there were self-radicalization investigations in every state in the country. His announcement came on the heels of a major terror sting in New York where investigators say the men arrested planned to join ISIS.
J.J. Green, national security correspondent with WTOP, discussed the threat of self radicalization with Capital Insider.
While lawmakers try to hash out a last minute deal to fund the Department of Homeland Security, federal contractors are closely watching what happens next. This isn't the first time small contractor businesses have been on edge due to partisanship on Capitol Hill.
Jill Aitoro, senior staff reporter for The Washington Business Journal, discussed the budget showdown impact on contractors with Capital Insider.
The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on rule changes that will impact how internet traffic is treated. This issue has sparked debate between telecommunication companies and businesses who don't like the idea of an open internet.
David Williams, president of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, discussed net neutrality with Capital Insider.
House Speaker John Boehner says he's in "wait and see" mode when it comes to a vote on a clean funding bill. Meanwhile many Republicans are signalling they would not support a bill that doesn't repeal President Obama's executive orders on immigration.
Jessica Taylor, campaign editor for The Hill, discussed the political dog fight on Capitol Hill with Capital Insider.
Last week, officials discovered a hacking ring that stole $1 billion from more than 100 banks. These cyber criminals carried out the attack with fraudulent emails, also referred to as "phishing scams."
Dan Verton, editorial director at Fed-Scoop discussed cyber security with Capital Insider.
The 2015 High Risk List updated last week highlighting two new areas of interest. Veteran affairs health-care and management of I-T acquisitions were added, calling attention to both programs vulnerability.
Chris Mihm, managing director of Strategic Issues with the Government Accountability Office discussed changes to the High Risk List with Capital Insider.
House Speaker John Boehner is warning that Department of Homeland Security could shutdown at the end of the month. Despite the House has passed a bill that would overturn Obama's plan to limit deportations, but it's being held up in the Senate by Democrats.
Francis Rose, host of "In-Depth with Francis Rose on Federal News Radio, 1500 AM, discussed the potential DHS shutdown with Capital Insider.