Cable news viewers have lodged hundreds of complaints this election season with federal regulators.
Thursday brings the April open meeting of the Federal Communications Commission.
Charter's $78 billion acquisition of Timer Warner Cable is near the finish line.
Comcast customers will now be able to watch cable on Roku boxes.
Apple and the FBI will be back on the hill talking about encryption on Tuesday.
Since 6:00 a.m. this morning, tens of thousands of Verizon workers have been on strike.
The pressure over a coming encryption bill is moving to the White House.
The Senate noticed WhatsApp on Wednesday.
The word “Internet” will soon be lowercased at many news outlets.
A court ruled that the post office can't hike places on mailers that Netflix uses.
The Senate held Backpage.com and its chief executive in civil contempt on Thursday afternoon.
The Senate Commerce Committee convened a mostly-smooth hearing on self-driving cars on Tuesday...
Anti-Trump forces have been urging Google to drop its plans to livestream the convention.
The bill would force law enforcement to get a warrant for electronic communications.
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel’s stalled nomination is back in the spotlight.
If confirmed, Carla Hayden would be the first black or female librarian of Congress.
The bill will bar the FCC from setting monthly Internet rates.
One of the most popular bills in Congress is taking a small step forward on Wednesday after years...
The technology community is waiting for an appeals court ruling on the FCC's rules.
Democratic Sen. Blumenthal pressed witnesses to say the FTC should reopen its investigation.
The FCC hits the end of its 180-day informal review timeline Thursday.
All five members of the FCC will testify Tuesday in the House amid a bevy of activity at the agency.
Also, Google lobbies on cable boxes and Congress divided on FOIA reform.
Senate Commerce will tackle the booming (and much hyped) business of self-driving cars Tuesday.