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People who use the IRS digital portal will need to be prepared starting in the summer to submit a live video selfie and various documentation to make and view payments and access tax records.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission wants to take the fight to hackers by developing cybersecurity standards that outline how U.S. power grids can search for intruders within networks.
Recently authored bills in both chambers of the Indiana state Legislature are now seeking to establish a pilot program to test automated speeding enforcement on these sites when workers are present.
Although AT&T and Verizon received approval from the Federal Communications Commission to launch wide-scale 5G, some experts are concerned that 5G signals could dangerously interfere with flight landings.
A bill that would lift restrictions on nuclear power plant construction in West Virginia moved closer to passage in the state Senate Wednesday afternoon, after a Senate committee advanced it with little discussion.
A bill touted to help companies that are developing self-driving cars test the vehicles in Pennsylvania without an emergency driver available could be facing serious opposition, in part from the city.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed wants to crack down on crime across the city by increasing the number of situations in which police may access live-feed cameras. Privacy advocates have decried the idea.
Police departments across the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco, Richland and West Richland) in Washington have inked deals with Axon to get body cameras. The jury is still out on the effectiveness of body cams.
Federal lawmakers think a bill would annihilate a duopoly that Apple and Google hold on the mobile market. The two companies, however, have argued the bill will make it harder to protect users' privacy and security.
Morenci Area Schools will use a state energy bond, district general funds and federal ESSER funds to purchase lighting controls, LED lighting upgrades, new building automation controls and an energy management system.