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The FCC’s $365 Million Man

Travis LeBlanc, the head of the FCC's Enforcement Bureau, is cracking down on the telecom giants.

Is That an FM Radio In Your Pocket?

Broadcasters, tech companies, and musicians are clashing over the FM chips that live in most smartphones.


How Online Video Helped Kill the Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal

The FCC and DOJ were worried that a supersized Comcast could stifle any would-be competitors.

Republican Lawmakers Are Coming Around to the Idea of Police Body Cameras

The recent police shooting of Walter Scott has prompted a congressional hearing on the use of body cameras as a way to reduce officer malpractice.

Rand Paul Is Suddenly Quiet About His Favorite Topics

Rand Paul hates the Patriot Act and NSA mass surveillance. Just don't ask him what he thinks of fellow Kentuckian Mitch McConnell's plan to keep both alive.

Comcast's Bid for Time Warner Cable Appears Dead

The $45 billion cable deal faced opposition from the FCC and the Justice Department.

House Lawmakers Float Bill to End NSA Mass Surveillance

A bipartisan group is launching a final push to reform the government's spying apparatus.

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