46 percent of U.S. adults who own smartphones said they could not imagine life without their device.
The White House called on Supreme Court to send case to lower courts.
The issue has caught fire over the past few months.
Ellen Pao, the interim chief executive of Reddit, resigned on Friday afternoon.
The FCC will vote at its August meeting.
Consolidation in the broadband industry "has resulted in huge price increases," they said.
The agency expects commercial flights to begin in 2017.
Jawbone is turning to the International Trade Commission in its patent fight.
Some lawmakers are wondering whether it was all a coincidence.
"Wonder if tomorrow is going to be bad for Wall Street.... " the group wrote.
The government will have to temporarily extend its contract with ICANN.
The woman alleged that Time Warner Cable called her number 163 times.
There are three spectrum-related items on the agenda for Thursday's meeting.
A bill would move the security clearance database away from the agency.
Pao had been at the center of a controversy at Reddit.
The shirts were given to them by their union and said "Prisoner of AT$T" on the back.
A three-hour outage has raised questions on Capitol Hill about the exchange's security.
Uber says that the three plaintiffs are not representative of Uber's workforce.
Issues appeared throughout the morning, the New York Stock Exchange said in a trader alert.
A majority report checking their phone multiple times per hour.
The provision is a part of an annual spy policy bill set to hit the Senate floor in coming days.
Law enforcement officials worry they can be mistaken for real guns.
The New York Stock Exchange resumed trading at 3:10 p.m.
She called the spate of cyberattacks "a serious threat."