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President Trump: 30 percent of journalists are 'fine people'

President Donald Trump declared that "about 30 percent" of journalists are good people. Breaking from his prepared remarks at the FBI's National Academy graduation ceremony, President Trump joked that many Americans were watching at home through t

Chairman Pai: Net neutrality supporters 'proven wrong' day after repeal

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said that supporters of net neutrality provisions that were repealed have been proven wrong, as internet users wake up still able to send emails and use Twitter after the regulations were struck

President Trump congratulated Murdoch on Disney purchase of Fox assets

President Donald Trump called to congratulate 21st Century Fox owner Rupert Murdoch on Dec 14 following the announcement that Disney will buy most of Fox for more than $50 billion. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the presi

Sen Blumenthal calls for DOJ to investigate Comcast-NBC Merger

Sen Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) is calling on the Justice Department to investigate whether the 2011 Comcast-NBC merger has hurt market competition.

CNN's Acosta: I was warned not to ask President Trump questions at bill signing

CNN reporter Jim Acosta said that the White House warned him not to ask President Donald Trump a question during a bill signing event, claiming that press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders suggested his access at future events could be revoked if h

FCC's Clyburn Humorously Releases Own Version Net Neutrality Order

Commissioner Mignon Clyburn of the Federal Communications Commission is at least keeping her sense of humor as the FCC's planned vote on rolling back net neutrality rules approaches on Dec 14. On Dec 12, a day net neutrality activists and various

Eliminating net neutrality would hurt rural America

[Commentary] A forthcoming decision by the Federal Communications Commission to eliminate network neutrality will instantly undermine a decade's worth of public investment in rural broadband — at the exact moment rural America is ready to realize

WH press sec, reporters spar over 'fake news'

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders sparred with reporters during her Dec 11 briefing over errors made by media outlets in reports on President Donald Trump.