Republican-backed measures to end mobile phone subsidies are defeated.
With new legal certainty, federal telecom regulators forge ahead on key policy priorities.
Big win for open internet advocates.
People are freaking out about cell phone radiation, and companies are thriving because of it.
Coalition of tech and advocacy groups urges FCC to open zero-rating review to public scrutiny.
Cable box rental fees will not go quietly into the night.
The FCC and the FTC want phone makers to be better at giving users security updates.
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.
Critics say the deal is anticompetitive and against the public interest.
A landmark court ruling from the DC Court of Appeals is expected as soon as this week.