Legislation that both sides could agree on seems like a long way off.
Net neutrality, FCC oversight, T-Mobile-Sprint merger and Apple's FaceTime debacle are all getting attention from Democratic leaders on the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Santa Clara firefighters say the carrier slowed their data service to a crawl during the California wildfires.
The latest trend in AR and VR involves your body, net neutrality goes to court, and Super Bowl ads get geeky.
Internet companies and state attorneys general take on the FCC and its chairman, Ajit Pai.
CNET's Maggie Reardon helps break down the latest saga in the fight for net neutrality. The fate of the law may lie in technical arguments made in front of a three-judge panel at a Court of Appeals.
A federal appeals court denied the FCC's request to delay the suit challenging the agency's right to roll back net neutrality rules.
"The FCC's light-touch approach is working," Pai says, after a congressional effort to restore Obama-era rules falls short.
The next chapter in the ongoing struggle for an open internet will unfold in the US Court of Appeals.
The rules may be gone, but the battle continues.
Commentary: Reps. Pelosi, Pallone and Doyle say the FCC must investigate ISPs and punish unfair practices.
As time gets short to force action in the House, pressure mounts on telecom-backed Democrats.
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