An Obama-era rule is expected to be rolled back after more than a decade of debate surrounding the policy.

Protesters held a rally in May to support "net neutrality" at the FCC in Washington. (Karen BleierAFP/Getty Images)

Ajit Pai pretended to be a Jedi to try to prove a point about net neutrality — but the “Star Wars” actor wasn't having it.

Like many of its users, Facebook wants to be well liked

Bomb and cyber threats, an odd video, a falling clock and some late-night jabs.

Cheetos, Star Wars and the Harlem Shake: The government's most powerful telecom regulator defends the repeal of open Internet rules.

Fowler's holiday picks: 5 connected home products worth the cost, setup and security risks

SpaceX launched a previously used Falcon 9 rocket and a previously used Dragon cargo capsule December 15. The capsule is carrying supplies for the International Space Station.

As the FCC and net neutrality activists gear up for a court fight, many policy experts say they are exhausted.

Blue Origin released footage from the inside of a crew capsule it launched in Texas. The company hopes to use the capsule to fly human tourists to space as early as 2018. EDITOR’S NOTE: Amazon owner and CEO Jeffrey P. Bezos owns The Washington Post.

Net neutrality isn’t a Republican or Democrat issue. It’s about the start-ups that can’t buy first-class access.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai received a note from security during his speech on net neutrality that forced everyone to leave the room. They returned shortly after security dogs inspected the area.

Google shared the top searches of 2017.

A report by Democratic staff cites information provided by “a whistleblower.”

The now-deleted tweet from Cooper's account to Trump said, “Oh Really? You endorsed him you tool! Pathetic loser."

The wireless carrier seems intent on becoming a cable company.

Amazon’s commercial spaceflight company, Blue Origin, tested a self-landing rocket and capsule in Texas. Blue Origin hopes to use the capsule to fly human tourists to space as early as 2018. EDITOR’S NOTE: Amazon owner and CEO Jeffrey P. Bezos owns The Washington Post.

As it prepares to fly tourists to space as soon as next year, Blue Origin closes out 2017 with a successful test flight.

The FCC removed net neutrality regulations, so surfing the Internet will be more like waiting in lines at the airport. The Post's Geoffrey Fowler explains.

A rare survey attempted to brief respondents as much as possible before asking their opinion. The results come two days before the FCC is set to repeal net neutrality rules.

Chamath Palihapitiya used to be in charge of Facebook's growth. Now he doesn't let his kids use the platform.

Twitter has made the tweetstorm an official feature.

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