The FCC is eyeing new rules for online TV services.
Critics say the company broke the law by working with the NSA.
Company exec accused of "an attack of candor."
“We were hoping there would be a non-regulated solution," CFO David Wells said.
The agency woudn't be able to handle the net neutrality backlash all over again.
The FCC could be facing a series of separate lawsuits.
The new rules are “a total overreach,” said Rep. Greg Walden.
"They were so uninterested that I doubt the secretary was ever informed," a security staffer said.
Shots were reportedly fired near the spy agency's headquarters in suburban Washington on Tuesday.
Experts say her use of a personal email account seems to have stayed within the law.
Wheeler doesn't think net neutrality regs will spur nations to clamp down on their networks.
A trio of lawmakers say their bill will help inventors across the economy.
The court has been criticized for its lack of transparency.
Lawmakers want new rules for advertising companies that track people online.
President Obama’s nominees are about to get a confirmation vote in the Senate.
Republicans have opened up a number of avenues to block the regulations.
The FCC's managing director said it deals with major litigation in any given year.
Coons remains skeptical of broad-scale reforms to patent litigation procedures.
Shots were fired Tuesday on a road that passes close to the spy agency's Maryland headquarters.
The shooting may be linked to other incidents.
A mobile payments consultant raised security questions about the increasingly popular service.
Critics have worried that hackers may have been able to intercept the personal emails.
Government leaker Edward Snowden still wants to come home.
The president says the nation must change its regulations if it wants U.S. business.