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A federal judge has blocked a New York law requiring internet service providers offer $15 broadband to low-income residents

The White House offers to cut infrastructure plan down to $1.7 trillion

The FCC has launched a $50-a-month subsidy for high-speed internet in low-income households, plus a $100 discount on a computer. Here's who's eligible, and how to apply.

What Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan means for you

Biden wants to spend $100 billion to get you better internet access, then $174 billion so you can take an electric vehicle anywhere

SpaceX is dominating orbit with its Starlink satellites, making the risk of space traffic collision a serious hazard, industry experts say

AT&T says its customers will no longer be able to stream HBO Max for free, citing California's net neutrality law

Democrats are planning at least another $2 trillion in stimulus spending, shrugging off growing debt

SpaceX says its Starlink satellite internet, still in beta, now has more than 10,000 users worldwide

Starlink's first UK user told Insider what was like to go from zero broadband to zippy internet speeds in rural England

Elon Musk's Starlink satellite internet service has been approved in the UK, and people are already receiving their beta kits

Amazon unveiled a 'breakthrough' Kuiper satellite-internet dish antenna that's 1/3 the size of SpaceX's Starlink device

SpaceX just won $885 million in federal subsidies to expand Starlink, Elon Musk's satellite-internet project

New regulations are on the table to force telcos to publish info about their performance and customer service

The largely remote school year will hurt working families that were already struggling the most

Click Frenzy Mayhem 2020: The best phone and mobile broadband deals

Verizon says it won't cancel people's plans or charge late fees through June 30

Elon Musk announces that early access to the Starlink satellite-internet project will launch this year

Unequal access to high-speed internet could be the biggest obstacle to getting the American economy back on track

Bernie Sanders has a $150 billion plan to turn the internet into a public utility with low prices and fast speeds — here's how his plan works