Federal Communications Commission News
What is net neutrality?
Net neutrality rules put in place under the Obama administration are at risk of being overturned. Today marked the last day the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is accepting general comments on net neutrality following a proposal by President Donald Trump 's appointed FCC chairman Ajit Pai,
Donald Trump Jr.'s changing story about meeting with Russian attorney
President Trump calls the Russia investigation a "hoax" as more questions arise about what was said behind closed doors between Donald Jr., the Russian attorney and an alleged former Russian intelligence officer.
Net neutrality fight continues
Major internet companies are launched online protests over Republican efforts to roll back FCC regulations.
Record robocalling fine
Florida company forced to pay 120m dollars for violating a number of telecommunication laws.
Seth Meyers on Stephen Colbert controversy, doing comedy with Donald Trump
Meyers discussed working with the now-president on "SNL" and criticizing him at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
'Let It Fall': Rodney King juror in his own words
Henry King was Juror No. 8 in the controversial and highly-publicized state trial against four white police officers charged in the beating of Rodney King . On April 29, 1992, the police officers were acquitted by what was widely reported as an "all-white jury." King, a retired lineman splicer for
Tesla passes GM as most valuable auto maker in the US
The luxury electric car manufacturer has surpassed General Motors in market value.
Hacked emergency sirens in Dallas raise alarm
ABC News' Phillip Mena reports on the 156 blaring alarms that woke up the city of Dallas, Texas.
Corporate lawyer killed in shooting in Atlanta, suspect arrested
Police believe 39-year-old Raylon Browning targeted 40-year-old Trinh Huynh, a corporate attorney for UPS.