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​Kaveh Waddell is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he previously conducted policy research​. A native of Seattle, Kaveh graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in international politics and economics.

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As Meerkat tries to keep up with its exploding user base, it may be loping into a legal minefield.

Outlook: Budgets Face Rocky Paths in Both Chambers

The House and Senate want to pass spending blueprints before leaving town for two weeks.

The GOP's Net-Neutrality Response Is Still in Beta

Scalise commits to action, but no consensus yet on how to reply to the FCC's move.

Verizon Hit with $3.4 Million Fine for Not Reporting 911 Outage

Emergency 911 services went down in part of California for six hours in April, but Verizon didn't let officials know until after the problem was fixed.

Bipartisan Drone Privacy Bill Back on the Table

Reps. Ted Poe and Zoe Lofgren are reintroducing legislation that would limit how the U.S. government can use drones to spy on American citizens.

Will the FCC’s Net-Neutrality Rules Hurt Minorities?

Civil rights groups share the goal of guaranteeing broadband access to low-income and minority communities, but they're split on whether the new rules will help or hurt them.

The FCC Is Considering a Petition That Could Put More Political Ads on the Air

Broadcasters say the idea would cost them money.

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