With FCC Set to Go GOP, Chairman Walden Still Big on Process

If you thought House Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR) would drop his push for Federal Communications Commission process reforms once the GOP was in control at the agency, think again.

Democrats Still Cool to GOP Network Neutrality Bill

Liberals are still scoffing at a GOP draft bill to implement network neutrality rules, even though it might be their best chance to maintain prohibitions against broadband providers blocking or slowing down internet traffic.

House Commerce Lawmakers Floated in Administration Chatter

A handful of House Commerce Committee legislators have had their names tossed around for posts in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration, meaning the panel’s Republican roster could look markedly different in 2017. Already, Rep.

Obama Techies in Turmoil Over Sticking with Trump

An impassioned debate is raging among the hundreds of software engineers, designers, and other technologists who left Democratic-leaning Silicon Valley and other tech enclaves to work for President Barack Obama: Do they want to stay in a Washingto

Democrat Harold Ford Jr. emerging as potential Trump Cabinet pick

Former Rep Harold Ford, Jr. (D-TN) is emerging as a possible contender for transportation secretary, or another Cabinet post, in President-elect Donald Trump’s budding administration.

The Cure for Fake News Is Worse Than the Disease

[Commentary] Since the election, our fussing over “fake news” has ballooned into a full-blown moral panic.

President-elect Trump calls New York Times treatment of him 'very rough'

President-elect Donald Trump continued his media grievances tour on Nov 22, visiting The New York Times for both an off-the-record chat with its publisher, Arthur Sulzberger, and an on-the-record conversation with reporters and columnists.

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.