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The man who coined the phrase net neutrality rejects the idea that enforcing the policy would lead to reduced investment in broadband.
The District of Columbia has defied threats from Congress and moved forward with legalizing possession of marijuana after a voter-approved initiative.
If regulators toss a distance restriction on flights from LaGuardia Airport, it could open up transcontinental flights.
Arthur Mondella, president and CEO of Dell's Maraschino Cherries, killed himself Tuesday during a drug raid.
A lawsuit claims that thousands of dogs have become ill or died as a result of eating Purina Beneful dry kibble dog food.
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A California court rejected former L.A. Dodgers owner Frank McCourt's ex-wife to toss out a divorce deal.
Justices said the law intended to prevent fraud committed by companies like Enron, WorldCom does not apply to Florida fisherman.
Here’s why that judge in Texas did both Obama and immigrants a favor by blocking the president’s immigration order.
But Internet Association President Michael Beckerman replies that the regulation will not be as heavy-handed as opponents say it will be.
European labor unions and a charity accused McDonald's of avoiding about 1 billion euros in taxes.
The Republican resistance in Congress surrendered to Obama’s call to protect an open Internet, with rules likely to be approved by regulators, NYT.
Some utilities are pushing back against the growing number of customers who use solar technology to generate their own electricity.
The SEC said that Goodyear failed to prevent or detect more than $3.2 million in bribes in Kenya and Angola.
Adult Alaskans can now not only keep and use pot, they can transport, grow it and give it away.
Tumblr founder David Karp tells CNBC net neutrality rules proposed by the FCC will ensure "a free, open marketplace of services."
A New Jersey court struck down a plan to cut contributions to its public pension system, ruling in favor of plaintiffs that sued the state.
Navy Admiral Michael Rogers declined to comment Monday on reports about U.S. implanting spyware for surveillance purposes.
In finding the Palestinian authorities liable in the attacks, jurors awarded the victims $218.5 million in damages for the bloodshed.
A shutdown of the department of Homeland Security is looking increasingly likely, according to the New York Times.