President Trump announces move to elevate Cyber Command

President Donald Trump has directed that Cyber Command — which is currently a part of the National Security Agency — will become its own unified military command in a move that is meant to strengthen cyberspace operations and bolster U.S.

FCC Pledges Openness – Just Don’t Ask to See Complaints

Shortly after Ajit Pai was named chair of the Federal Communications Commission in February, he said he wanted the agency to be “as open and accessible as possible to the American people." Six months on, the agency is falling short of Pai’s lofty

AT&T-Time Warner Deal, an Early Trump Target, Reaches Advanced Stage

Apparently, the government review of AT&T’s $85 billion takeover of Time Warner has reached an advanced stage, people close to the situation said, a significant milestone in a deal that was closely watched for signs of how the Trump administra

New study dives into public radio habits of millennials

A new study of millennial public radio listeners suggests that stations should focus on delivering more local and on-demand content to bolster their appeal to the country’s largest generation.

Net Neutrality Advocates Fear Implications of FCC Reauthorization

A Republican effort to reauthorize the Federal Communications Commission for the first time in 27 years has network neutrality advocates nervous as they worry that stronger congressional control over the agency would hamper its oversight of intern

Google Brand Remains Unscathed After Anti-Diversity Memo

Google was rocked by condemnation from both left and right after firing an employee who highlighted gender differences to explain women’s under-representation in tech.

FCC CIO Won't Head to National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency After All

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency may have to find a new chief ventures officer. In June, Federal Communications Commission Chief Information Officer David Bray announced he would fill NGA’s role but changed his mind in recent weeks.

FCC Commissioner O'Rielly: Trump Characterization of Protests Was Wrong

Commissioner Michael O'Rielly of the Federal Communications Commission says President Donald Trump was wrong to suggest there were some fine people amongst the racist and neo-Nazi protestors who sparked violence in Charlottesville (VA), and said h

Democratic Lawmakers call for independent investigation into FCC's cyberattack response

Democratic lawmakers are calling for an independent investigation into how the Federal Communications Commission responded to a reported cyberattack in May that crippled the agency’s comment filing system.

Now you can see what President Donald Trump sees every time he opens Twitter

Much of what President Donald Trump learns about the world is filtered through two lenses: what he watches on cable news (particularly Fox) and what he sees on Twitter.