The tally leaves supporters just one vote shy of the 51 required to pass a Senate resolution of disapproval, in a legislative gambit aimed at restoring the agency's net neutrality rules.

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 28: Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) (C) is joined by (L-R) Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-MO), Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) and Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) while talking to reporters following the weekly Democratic Policy Committee luncheon in the U.S. Capitol November 28, 2017 in Washington, DC. Citing an inflamitory Tweet by President Donald Trump, Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) cancelled their meeting with Trump and Republican congressional leaders scheduled for later in the day. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

The announcement comes after recent corporate tax changes and a greater push to increase manufacturing in the U.S.

After initially saying there was hardly any evidence, the social network opens a probe.

Fun or concerning? Google’s art selfie app raises privacy fears

A popular Google app that matches people's selfies to famous works of art has taken the Internet by storm but is also raising privacy concerns. Here’s what you need to know.

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Representatives from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation Jan. 17.

Further delays could mean NASA has no way to get its astronauts to the International Space Station, watchdog agencies said during a congressional hearing.

Google says its wildly popular art app doesn’t store your facial data. That’s not stopping some people from worrying about privacy.

This is the first major lawsuit over the FCC's decision to repeal the net neutrality rules.

Privacy experts believe tens of millions of Americans are already being monitored by automakers.

The revamp could significantly impact the ecosystem of companies that have come to rely on the social network.

The Post's Hayley Tsukayama explains what robot dogs, e-bikes and talking toilets taught us about the future of technology at CES 2018.

It’s the one new tech at CES we wish we could use immediately, but for now the in-screen fingerprint scanner is only on a smartphone from China’s Vivo.

The billionaire investor who backed a lawsuit that pushed Gawker to bankruptcy reportedly wants to buy what's left of the website.

They're trying to pressure the tech giants to publish detailed reports on the scope of the problems and how they plan to address them.

Many tax professionals have noticed an uptick in questions this year.

Blockchain is the technology that underpins bitcoin, but it has many other applications.

Plugging your brain into your car has some benefits and downsides.

At CES, tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler test drives Nissan’s experimental “Brainwave” EEG cap, which lets your mind talk directly to your car.

The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler talks to astronaut Scott Kelly, invited to CES by Nikon, to ask which tech gadgets he would've liked during his year in space.

Slack became the number one trending topic on Twitter after the popular office chat app went offline.

Reports indicate a problem with a highly classified national security satellite as SpaceX and the United Launch Alliance step up their rivalry for lucrative government contracts.

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