A partisan battle is brewing over publicly-owned broadband networks.
A court has killed an FCC challenge to anticompetitive telecom laws all over the country.
The broadband industry is not taking its recent net neutrality defeat lying down.
Republican-backed measures to end mobile phone subsidies are defeated.
With new legal certainty, federal telecom regulators forge ahead on key policy priorities.
Canceling your cable service may take more effort than you might think.
Public interest groups warn the deal, which will create a massive new broadband giant with more than 20 million customers in 41 states, will lead to higher prices for consumers.
AT&T and other traditional ISPs are racing to compete with Google around the country, which is exactly what we need.
The Republican assault on federal open internet rules continues.
Internet access is still spotty in rural and Northern Canada.