Americans who qualify can use the Emergency Broadband Benefit to knock $50 off their internet bill each month.
The law has served as a legal shield for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Now lawmakers say it should be changed to hold companies accountable.
The $1.2 trillion spending package to invest in America's infrastructure, includes $65 billion in funding for high-speed broadband.
Today is the deadline for voice providers to implement the Stir/Shaken tech designed to curb the flood of annoying and costly robocalls.
The FCC's Emergency Connectivity Fund aims to help schools and libraries close the digital divide and homework gap.
Communities that couldn't get mortgage loans in the 1940s are the same areas without fast home internet service today. There's no easy fix.
New FCC rules direct stringent filtering of suspicious calls while trying to make sure the real ones still get through.
In today's top stories, the FCC proposes further limitations against Huawei and ZTE, Snapchat removes its controversial speed filter and Boeing's 737 Max 10 completes its first flight.
The publicly available interactive map differs greatly from the FCC's flawed broadband maps, showing far more unconnected and underconnected communities in the US.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr breaks down his proposal to get companies like Google and Apple to pay for more internet access.
Brendan Carr wants companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google to contribute to a federal subsidy program to help get more Americans online.
The US digital divide isn't just due to lack of service. In many cases, the lack of affordable options is the real problem.