Brian Naylor NPR News' Brian Naylor is a correspondent on the Washington Desk.

U.S. Chief Information Officer Seeks To Upgrade Government's Computers

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Workers at the Department of Homeland Security's National Operations Center in 2015. The Obama administration proposes $3.1 billion in upgrades to federal computer systems. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Federal Communication Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler joins hands with Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel ahead of a February 2015 hearing in Washington, D.C. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Presidential Campaigns Blast AT&T-Time Warner Merger

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Trump Puts Sen. Richard Burr In Difficult Position With N.C. Voters

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Air traffic controllers at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., are using new technology that lets them exchange digital messages with pilots. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Air Traffic Controllers And Pilots Can Now Communicate Electronically

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FCC To Vote On Controverisal Set-Top-Box Plan

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If The FCC Gets It Way, This App Could Change The Way You Watch TV And Save Dollars

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Sen. John F. Kennedy, right, speaks while Vice President Richard Nixon listens during the fourth presidential debate in New York on Oct. 21, 1960. The first general election debates were held that year. AP hide caption

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Monday's Debate Latest In History Of (Sometimes) Memorable Encounters

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