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Could Trump bring back the Fairness Doctrine?

President-elect Donald Trump tweeted his critique of the newest “Saturday Night Live” sketch about him, calling out the show for being "biased" — and for not dedicating enough time to skewering both sides (presumably) of the political spectrum.

Trump's $1 trillion plan hits DC speed bumps

It was supposed to be a big, beautiful infrastructure bill.

FCC’s Rosenworcel Confirmation Drama

Federal Communications Commission member Jessica Rosenworcel is facing new obstacles to win re-confirmation in the Senate for another term, and the clock is also working against her.

Breitbart may need to reveal business structure to secure Capitol Hill press credentials

Breitbart News appeared before the Standing Committee of the Senate Press Gallery in order to secure permanent Capitol Hill credentials.

National intelligence chief James Clapper resigns

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that he has submitted his resignation to President Barack Obama and will not stay on past the transition to Donald Trump.

Chairman Walden: Let’s Do a Network Neutrality Bill

House Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman (and potential full Commerce Committee Chairman) Greg Walden (R-OR) is still on board with enshrining network neutrality principles into law.

FCC’s Gigi Sohn Departing

Gigi Sohn, counselor to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, is leaving the agency for a fellowship with the Open Society Foundations.

Billionaire investor Ross said to be Commerce Secretary pick

Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross is President-elect Donald Trump's leading candidate for Commerce Secretary, apparently.

WHCA says lack of media access to President-elect Trump is 'unacceptable'

The White House Correspondents' Association released a statement urging President-elect Donald Trump's transition team to immediately set up a press pool, so that reporters can follow President-elect Trump as he prepares to assume the office of th

Jeffrey Eisenach’s thinking takes on a new importance as he helps shape Trump's telecom policy

We're learning more about Jeffrey Eisenach, the Trump transition team's point man on telecommunications. In 2014 he co-authored a pitch for Congress to curtail much of the Federal Communications Commission's jurisdiction and responsibilities.