The Department of Justice is turning to some of the nation’s biggest media and telecommunications companies to aid in its effort to block AT&T’s $85 billion proposed takeover of Time Warner.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday voted to repeal net neutrality rules, which could impact prices at popular streaming services like Spotify and Netflix, according to some experts.
A federal appeals court has sided with reporters in a court fight over documents that began after an FBI agent pretended to be an Associated Press journalist while investigating bomb threats at a Washington state high school.
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A Connecticut yacht club has settled a lawsuit by a Muslim businessman and his wife who said club board members rejected their membership application because of their religion and falsely claimed they supported terrorism.
The White House is embarking on a major campaign to turn public opinion against the nation's largely family-based immigration system ahead of an all-out push next year to move toward a more merit-based structure.
New Jersey's electric utilities would be required to pay for credits from nuclear power plants under legislation lawmakers unveiled Friday as part of an effort the state's largest energy company says is needed to rescue a major source of power in the state's energy grid.
Dutch military police say they have shot a man after he threatened to use a knife at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.
European Union leaders are set to authorize a new phase in Britain's departure from the bloc.
An analyst says Fitbit needs 40% margins and 15% growth to profit, but it has neither.
Officials say they plan to open Berlin's new airport, a project notorious for repeated delays, in 2020 — nearly a decade after it was first slated to start operations.
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President Donald Trump's mining regulators are reconsidering regulations meant to protect underground miners from breathing coal and rock dust, the cause of black lung disease, and diesel exhaust, which can cause cancer.
Russia's transportation minister says flights between Moscow and the Egyptian capital of Cairo are to resume in February after a two-year hiatus.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" is off to a death star-sized start at the box office.
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Republican Marco Rubio's potential defection over a tax credit for low-income parents put a speed bump into GOP leaders' drive to push their big tax package through the Senate, but it's a complication that's likely to be resolved.
U.S. stocks moved broadly higher in early trading Friday, erasing modest losses from the day before.
Lebanon's energy and water minister says the country will start exploratory offshore drilling for oil and gas in 2019.
NVIDIA has seen enormous benefit from its early entry into AI. The biggest names in technology are joining the fray, looking to create a solution that will best the humble GPU.
The "better-burger" specialist is hitting two-year highs, much to the dismay of its large pool of short-sellers.
A new treatment of Fabry disease could be available in the United States as soon as 2018.
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A jury has convicted a man of second-degree murder in the shooting of a farmer who accused him of applying herbicide to crops that the farmer said drifted onto nearby land and damaged plants.
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European airplane maker Airbus says chief executive Tom Enders will step down in April 2019.
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Factories in New York State grew more slowly this month as shipments rose and new orders slipped.
US industrial production rose 0.2 percent in November; gains mostly came from restarting oil and natural gas drilling
US industrial production rose 0.2 percent in November; gains mostly came from restarting oil and natural gas drilling.