A debate is raging about what the new rules mean for the $45 billion deal.
The approval of net neutrality regulations is just the beginning of a fight.
A group of 21 House Republicans wants to fight the rules with a disapproval resolution.
“I’m quite comfortable that we made this decision with independence," Tom Wheeler said.
The agency voted to issue “Great Depression-era rules," GOP lawmakers said.
Regulators move to preempt laws limiting government-run Internet networks.
Sen. John Thune said he had no intention to give up the fight.
The FCC's action is "a value statement," she said.
Twitter is faving net neutrality.
Just one out of three Americans surveyed support the idea of regulating Internet service like phone...
Rep. Tony Cárdenas is coming out against the $45 billion deal.
Sen. Ted Cruz is trying to use the president’s call for net neutrality rules against him.
The inquiry comes as part of the FCC's review of the company's $45 billion merger deal.
The agency's two GOP commissioners say they were shout out of the net neutrality debate.
Obama sent a thank-you note to the millions of people who urged the FCC to write tough rules.
The Speaker compared net neutrality regulations to ObamaCare.
By a 3-2 vote, the FCC asserted authority to regulate the Internet like a utility.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz says he's “deeply disappointed" that Tom Wheeler won't testify.
We may soon see an agency that gives favorable treatment to some but not others.
Draft rules were announced last year.
How about taking an in-depth look at those people and organizations who engineered it?
Public bickering among FCC members is reaching a new high.
Some of the nation’s tiniest Web companies want special treatment.
McCarthy said the legislative process is more open than the regulatory process.