Sen. Harry Reid is "in favor of" treating the Internet like a utility.
The agency approved flights for eight additional firms, bringing the total number to 24.
The FCC is planning to preempt a pair of state laws.
There is no bright speed line between "broadband" and "not broadband."
The arguments against enacting strong rules grounded in Title II authority continue to fall.
A weeks-long sell-off of the airwaves earned the government a record $44.9 billion.
The FCC wants to be able to find people who dial 911.
A software update will block DJI drones from flying around downtown Washington.
The FTC released a new report on Tuesday.
The phone company was accused of failing to investigate why some calls to rural customers were not...
A top White House tech aide is heading to an industry lobbying group.
The FCC doesn't typically release its rules until it issues them.
Tumblr is setting its sights on Congress, weeks before the FCC is set to act.
"I really don’t have a lot of information," Commissioner Michael O’Rielly said.
The agency will seek to nullify laws halting local government-run Internet service.
Tom Wheeler said he would use "every tool in the agency’s toolbox" on broadband rules.
Broadband Internet just got a lot faster — at least as far as the government is concerned.
The FAA warned that flying a drone over the big game is illegal.
Federal regulators are putting companies on notice not to block personal Wi-Fi hot spots.
Regulators may block state laws limiting municipal broadband networks.
Web activists are starting to count down to new net neutrality rules.
Louisa Terrell was formerly Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) chief of staff.
"There are very good reasons for the commission to take a step back," one commissioner said.