The response could be a government record for public comment on a rule-making proceeding
But critics argue the deals will strangle access to online video and kill competition
The network plans to restrict certain programming from its three channels
The government is abandoning its original deadline of Tuesday night and giving people until Friday to offer comments
More than 677,000 comments have poured into the FCC, with just one more day left to file
Martha Plimpton, Lena Dunham, John Legend, and other stars tweeted their extreme disapproval
President Obama will nominate the executive as secretary of the department the White House says has a "corrosive culture"
"Because the power to control the pipeline actually trumps the power to create, it brings with it the power to undermine the revolutionary power of...
The Supreme Court on Thursday issued three opinions, but none on broadcast issues
The Washington Post reports CNN has given the outgoing White House Press Secretary "a fine offer"
Decision puts more pressure on Redskins owner Daniel Snyder to replace the team's name
The "Parks and Recreation" star lampooned everyone from Eric Cantor to the reporters themselves
"Our country cannot afford 'pay-for-play' schemes that divide our Internet into tiers based on who has the deepest pockets" says congressional co-sponsor Doris Matsui
"Regulators should block this merger," group representing Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Yahoo and others says
Republican Carr and Democrat Lieu beat several other candidates who had received backing from Hollywood power players
President Barack Obama tells Michael Strahan and Kelly Ripa that he's become "really, really good friends" with his former secretary of state
"You didn't hit this out of the ballpark," Congressman Henry Waxman tells FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler
Hollywood stars join the White House initiative and adopt low-performing public schools to reinvigorate education
Sen. Al Franken slammed the FCC's proposal as "woefully misguided" and warned that unless the FCC made further changes the Web could be in danger
Commission chair Tom Wheeler vigorously defended his belief in open internet while proposing a policy that could fall short
"American Idol" alum received the 40 percent needed to move on to the general election
May 6 North Carolina Democratic primary was too close to call
"It could give the merged company enormous sway over the kind of content that is available to the public." -- Rep. John Conyers
Food makers say obesity film 'adopts a short-sighted, confrontational and misleading approach by cherry-picking facts to fit a narrative'
Company was among 50 lyrics sites accused of illegally profiting from songwriters' work
"I am happy to be here, even though I am a little jet lagged from my trip to Malaysia," says Obama. "The lengths we have...
Vice president speaks to MPAA gathering
TheWrap analyzes election records to determine which Hollywood players are giving to which candidate in Congressional campaign
Tony Goldwyn, Rosario Dawson, Julianna Margulies and Sofia Vergara among those due to attend this year's "Nerd Prom"
Miller says he's siphoning Hollywood money from Greuel in race for Henry Waxman's seat. She denies it