Comcast and Charter want Congress to put net neutrality repeal into law

Not satisfied with yesterday's landmark repeal of net neutrality provisions in the FCC, Comcast and Charter are now working to set their victory in stone. In a blog post following the FCC vote yesterday, Comcast Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer David Cohen wrote that "we really must have bipartisan congressional legislation to permanently preserve and solidify net neutrality protections for consumers and to provide ongoing certainty to ISPs and edge providers alike."...

Government shutdown: Trump attacks Democrats as Senate vote looms

President tweets: ‘Dems want illegal immigrants to pour in’ Vote on funding measure to 8 February due by 1am Monday As the US government shutdown...

Trump launches new round of partisan attacks as government shutdown enters Day 2

WASHINGTON • President Donald Trump pressured Congress on Sunday to end a government shutdown that reached its second day amid deep uncertainty over...

Hardship and chaos as federal shutdown moves into second day with no deal on funding, Dreamers

As a government shutdown entered its second day Sunday, Congress and President Trump were poised to face deepening criticism unless they made a deal...

Watch Bernie Sanders mock Trump’s insistence on his wall as part of budget deal: ‘It made sense back in the 15th century’

Appearing on CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) smirked at President Donald Trump’s insistence of Congress fully...

VP Mike Pence accuses Congress of playing politics with military pay

NEAR THE SYRIAN BORDER — Vice President Mike Pence, weighing in from the Middle East on the shutdown in Washington, accused the U.S. Congress of...