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Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network Clears Major Hurdle

Five years after Congress first authorized the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) as part of The Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act...

MMTC Proposes Consumer Protection Approach to IP Transition

The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) today issued a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler recommending four areas that ought to...

Is Emanuel Pleitez the Underdog LA is Looking for?

Emanuel Pleitez wants to be the next mayor of Los Angeles, but the 29 year old resident of El Sereno is one of many...

East Cleveland Fate Hinges on Red Light Camera Vote

Voters might put a stop to red light cameras in the Ohio suburb. But, they might also put city workers at risk who rely on the revenue for their salaries

D.C. Police to Grow 300 Stronger

Concerned citizens of the District of Columbia received some good news from Mayor Vincent Gray this week. The city plans to hire up to 300...

Will Jacksonville Elect Its First African American Mayor?

Jacksonville, Florida, could elect Alvin Brown as the city’s first African American mayor when voters return to the polls in a runoff election later this spring.