"I don't think it is funny. I think it's serious," Rep. Anna Eshoo said.
The FCC's managing director said it deals with major litigation in any given year.
Congressional Republicans are gearing up for a final show of criticism before the FCC votes.
The future is coming to Cuba, and it looks a lot like the Internet.
Proposed rules leave legislative push floundering.
The New York Dem said the party was wrong to focus on healthcare in 2009.
The nonbinding European plan is drawing criticism from Capitol Hill.
Some Democrats think Rep. Tammy Duckworth should have been allowed a proxy vote.
Only in "very limited" cases should a more junior member be promoted, says CBC chairwoman.
Silicon Valley congresswoman wants safeguards on oversight the Web.
Three Democrats want to see cable, satellite and radio station records online.
Tech companies found two reasons to smile about Congress on Thursday.
Democrats worry the FCC budget could be the source of the next funding cliff.
Tensions are high in Congress before the FCC's vote.
When it comes to net neutrality, you’re either with Rep. Anna Eshoo or you’re against her.
Lawmakers in both chambers introduced legislation to give Americans’ Wi-Fi a boost.
"As you know, President Obama recently joined us in urging this action,” they wrote in the letter.
Seven of the top 13 fixed broadband providers have some limits on subscribers' data usage.
House Minority Leader sticks by her position, which has irked members of the CBC.
What kind of message is this sending to women who want to run for office?
The California lawmaker says a "light touch" is needed in applying the rules.
The bill gives new protections to people’s emails and other data stored in the “cloud."
Rep. Anna Eshoo wants "a light regulatory approach" that can pass the courts.
Rep. Anna Eshoo wants to call it “Freedom Against Internet Restrictions (FAIR)."