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The FCC has never had a female chair in its 80-year history.
The FCC says illegal devices that block cell phone signals could pose security risk.
The latest attack on the open internet threatens consumer choice, innovation, and America’s competitiveness.
New order requires information on political ads be posted online, closing major disclosure hole.
AT&T, Khan Academy, McGraw Hill, and others have stepped up their digital learning initiatives.
Congress brings in much-needed revenue by auctioning off airwaves to wireless telecom carriers.
Double the price, double the fraud--now FCC wants free Internet for the poor
St. Ignatius College Preparatory is closing until Monday to sanitize the school and restore students' health.
New FCC rules might be going too far.
The FCC and the Commerce Department are at odds over government regulation of the Internet.