President Obama has called for treating the Internet like a public utility.
The debate over whether and how to regulate broadband has been a no-holds-barred throwdown.
Tough rules would be bad for business, Rep. Marsha Blackburn said.
The ride-sharing company's prices will be highest from 12:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal has harsh words for companies like AT&T and T-Mobile.
The ride companies are facing new criticism from senators.
The FCC's public comment period closes on Tuesday.
Settlement follows allegations of similar illegal conduct by Sprint.
One analysis claimed tough net neutrality rules would lead to $17 billion in taxes.
The federal bureau says Sprint took in "tens of millions of dollars in unauthorized charges."
The retiring Democrat said his record should give hope to supporters of tough rules.
Application fees will be $50 less if filed electronically.
“These potential benefits are immense, but so too are the potential risks,” FTC chief said.
The new website seeks to streamline the process of filing a complaint.
The fast food restaurant said it's working with an IT security firm.
The settlement was first announced in May.
A trade association representing small- and medium-sized companies wants protections.
The wireless industry is out with new legal analysis.
New rules would allow online services to buy TV rights just like cable companies.
The agency wants campaigns to post more ad spending data online.
The FCC's two Republicans say they aren't even being allowed to vote.
More teens are using electronic nicotine products.
The guidelines come months after a Supreme Court ruling.
Sen. Patrick Leahy called the lack of a pledge "unfortunate."