Senators Press DOJ Officials on Clinton Watchdog Report

Senators drilled Monday into the findings of last week’s watchdog report detailing the Justice Department’s handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, with Republicans pointing to political text messages as proof of bias and Democrats noting the report says nothing of the ongoing Russia investigation.

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FCC Chief Looking to Future After Net Neutrality Vote Loss

Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai may have been dealt a setback after lawmakers temporarily restored net neutrality rules he reversed last year, but on Thursday during a congressional budget hearing, he opted to focus instead on the FCC’s next move: faster internet speeds and rural broadband deployment.

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Senate Votes to Save Net Neutrality Rules

Senate Democrats successfully passed a resolution reversing the Federal Communication Commission’s hotly contested repeal of net neutrality rules, at the very least giving their party a potential rallying issue for the 2018 mid-term elections with the Republican-controlled House being unlikely to take the measure up.

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