The company was seeking to be treated as one after the Supreme Court ruled that Aereo infringes on broadcasters' copyrights
The high court spent two hours questioning the DOMA law and whether it goes too far in taking away state’s rights to determine what is a...
"The O'Reilly Factor" host says Bill Clinton and Barack Obama "don't care about gays"
Justices repeatedly raise procedural questions about a case involving the legality of California’s ban on same-sex marriages
Television can take some of the credit for bringing homosexuality into the mainstream and paving the way for the Supreme Court to rule on same-sex...
Congress was already looking at U.S. copyright statutes and Tuesday's Supreme Court decision may accelerate that process
High court upheld decisions against pay-TV service ivi, and music downloader Jammie Thomas-Rasset
"Die Hard" director John McTiernan will serve time for misleading investigators in the case of private eye Anthony Pellicano
A federal court judge's decision to side with Comcast sets the stage for the class-action matter to be heard by the Supreme Court
Music owners should not get royalties for 30- to 90-second iTunes song samples or for music in video game downloads
The Supreme Court's support of President Obama's health care reform plan compels Ted Nugent to sound off in The Washington Times
The Supreme Court decides not to review an Appeals Court decision blocking cross-ownership of broadcast and print properties
The court will not review a lower court decision that threw out the FCC's $550,000 fine for Janet Jackson's 2004 "wardrobe malfunction"
"The Daily Show" host pokes fun after the cable news networks mistakenly report that the Obama health care law was declared unconstitutional
After Obamacare decision, Bill Simmons tweets, " Today is going to be such an awesome episode of "The Newsroom" in 2 years."
The Supreme Court upheld President Barack Obama's signature piece of legislation -- just don't tell the cable news networks
Supreme Court says FCC didn't give adequate notice of policies on "fleeting expletives" and brief nudity -- leaves it open for FCC to modify the...
“We believe that the issues in the case are as important and consequential as any in recent Court history,” two Congressional leaders said in a...
Court declines to review a $675,000 jury award against Boston University student who downloaded a mere 30 songs.
Supreme Court promised to expedite release of audio recordings due to "extraordinary public interest" in cases
State appeals court upholds lower court's decision on gay marriage
Stewart takes on double standards in TV obscenity rules
Profanity on TV "turns it into something crass," says F-bomb-dropping "Idol" judge as Supreme Court begins indecency case
Inside, attorneys for Fox and ABC argue that current standards for broadcast are arbitrarily applied and violate the First Amendment
The NAB says the regulations prevent broadcasters from having the financial means to produce higher quality news
Media Access Project says rules have a "chilling effect" on artistic expression
No matter how violent a videogame is, it can't be considered obscene
Case involves awards show profanities, exposed buttocks on "NYPD Blue"
Court says law violates First Amendment
Joins with British Columbia Supreme Court in dismissing corporate raider's breach-of-contract suit related to his takeover attempt