Prominent Hollywood Group Opposes F.C.C. Action on Net Neutrality

The open letter from the Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors opposes the “dictatorial” manner of the agency in rewriting rules.

Kenneth Tomlinson, Conservative Voice in Broadcast Oversight, Dies at 69

Mr. Tomlinson was a journalist who used his leadership role in federal communications agencies

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Lobbying Efforts Intensify After F.C.C. Tries 3rd Time on Net Neutrality

The sparring will be closely watched by every company that depends, even peripherally, on the Internet — which is to say, just about every company.

Hot Spots: Ads Look to Stand Out Amid the Political Clutter

The 2014 election cycle has ushered in a rush of political advertising, with campaign ads airing as early as last spring and record-shattering spending for the first quarter of the election year.

Political Ads, Often Negative, Try Instead to Accentuate the Positive

Some of the best-known “super PACs” are making an effort to also cast their candidates in an appealing way instead of solely attacking opponents.

Franken’s Campaign Against Comcast Is No Joke

After a failed attempt to block the Comcast-NBC Universal merger, Senator Al Franken again finds himself playing a trustbusting role in Washington.

Senate Panel Expresses Caution on Merger of Cable Giants

The judiciary panel expressed concern over higher costs for consumers if a merger with Time Warner Cable were approved, but a Comcast executive downplayed the likelihood.

Conservative Group Counters Criticism of Ad Against Health Law

Americans for Prosperity is unveiling a new ad after being challenged by a Michigan Democratic lawmaker who demanded verification of the claims of a woman in the initial commercial who said she had lost her preferred health plan.


Political Memo: End of an Era? Clinton Media Strategy May Be Due for an Overhaul

Hillary Rodham Clinton outlasted many of her old combatants from the 1990s and as a senator faced a new wave of reporters unfamiliar with the earlier media battles.


Clay Aiken, Able to Carry a Tune but Hoping for a District

Mr. Aiken, best known as a country singer and an almost-winner on “American Idol,” plans to run for Congress in North Carolina.


Republicans Spar on Leaks and Surveillance, Underscoring Partisan Shake-up

House Republicans on Tuesday offered sharply divergent views about secret government surveillance programs and the leaks that made them public, underscoring the unsettled nature of a political debate that has scrambled the usual partisan lines.


With Social Media’s Rise, the Pulpit Isn’t Just the President’s Anymore

The State of the Union address on Tuesday spawned a bipartisan embrace of photo- and video-sharing platforms, and a rush to create tweetable graphics and hashtags to amplify party messages.


Long-Running D.C. Show Faces a Major Plot Twist

The landlord and congressman who owns the house that inspired the series “Alpha House” is retiring, and the future of the arrangement is unknown.


Larry Speakes, Public Face of Reagan Era, Dies at 74

He became the press spokesman for President Reagan after his boss, the press secretary James Brady, was wounded in an attempt on the life of the president.


Limit on Access Stirs Tensions Between White House Photographer and Press Corps

A long-running tug of war over photographs at the White House has been exacerbated by digital technology.


Doug Ireland, an Acerbic Activist and Left-Wing Writer, Is Dead at 67

Mr. Ireland managed the congressional campaigns of Allard K. Lowenstein and Bella Abzug and wrote about politics, the media and gay issues.


Pentagon Memo: Pentagon News Service, Read at First Light and Debated All Day, Fades Away

There were many causes of death for the Early Bird, among them Internet services that made the effort seem like an anachronism.


Sid Yudain, 90, Dies; Created Congress’s Community Newspaper

Mr. Yudain created what he called a community newspaper for “the most important community in the world, probably.”


White House Official’s Career Twitters Out

Colleagues of Jofi Joseph, a National Security Council employee unmasked as an acerbic commentator on Twitter, say he was funny and smart. But many also saw a negative tendency.


Hollywood Advancing Clinton Film

Though CNN and NBC both scrapped plans to produce projects about Hillary Rodham Clinton, “Rodham,” a feature film about Mrs. Clinton’s years as a young lawyer, is moving ahead.