Alexandra Levine

Rural Broadband in the House

House Democratic leaders are set to roll out infrastructure legislation following the Martin Luther King Jr.

China trade deal leaves tech industry hanging

The trade deal that President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He signed left the tech world clamoring for more.

What to do with the C-band airwaves?

Sen John Kennedy (R-LA) is angling to hold more Federal Communications Commission hearings soon in his appropriations subcommittee overseeing the commission, still focused on how FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will structure a planned auction of 5G-friendl

Careful What You Text

Department of Justice Antitrust Chief Makan Delrahim is facing congressional scrutiny over his 

House to Vote on Broadband Mapping, Supply Chain

The House is scheduled to vote on its bipartisan compromises aimed at improving broadband mapping and securing the US telecommunications supply chain (and help

Pai's Moves Ahead of FCC Hearing

The Federal Communications Commission supplied Democratic leaders on the House Commerce Committee with an update on a long-running probe of wireless carriers’ unauthorized disclosure of subscriber location data to third parties.

Fight Over 5G Airwaves Rev Up

Speculation is at a fever pitch surrounding Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai’s pending decision on how to sell the 5G-friendly airwaves in the so-called C-band, with many suspecting the FCC may take up an item on the matter at i

Mayor Buttigieg Singles Out Big tech

Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South bend), who has been a Silicon Valley favorite in the 2020 presidential race, is calling out several tech giants for harming workers.

Sen Kennedy, President Trump Talk 5G Airwaves

Sen. John Neely Kennedy (R-LA) talked on the phone with President Donald Trump to outline his views on the Federal Communications Commission’s pending decision on how to get the coveted 5G-ready airwaves known as the C-band into wireless providers

Chairman Simons to Sen Hawley: No-Go on 2012 Google Antitrust Report

"Unfortunately, we are not able to honor your request," Federal Trade Commission Chairman Joe Simons tells Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) about the senator's ask that the agency release its 2012 staff report on Google.