U.S. rules make it "a lot more difficult" to scold other countries how to behave, one FCC member...
FCC Chairman Wheeler says the expected action will set a strong precedent.
The investigation stems from a Reuters report that Samsung was purchasing BlackBerry.
The U.S. Copyright Office wants to shake up the way that musicians get paid.
Ross Ulbricht could spend the rest of his life behind bars for the shadowy online market.
Republicans say the FCC has compromised its integrity with new rules.
Obama last month called Cedar Falls Utilities "visionary."
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.
One GOP member of the FCC seems to think so.
Sen. Ron Johnson said he fears "undue outside pressure" was applied to the agency.
Ajit Pai sent a picture goading the president and the FCC chairman.
The bill will make sure students' educational data isn't used to sell them ads.
Regulators are heeding Obama’s call to treat Internet service like a public utility.
The FCC has decided to justify a new pro-regulatory agenda by gaming the broadband reports.
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.