After months of fierce national debate, the FCC voted on Thursday to pass the most sweeping net neutrality rules in US history. For anyone who uses the Internet, around 87 percent of Americans, this is a really big deal.
The case pits an influential investment firm that has backed big tech companies against a former junior partner who says she was denied a promotion after she complained about harassment by a male partner.
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Rudy Giuliani received a brutal backlash of criticism when he claimed on Wednesday that President Obama doesn't love America. But not everyone disagrees with the former New York City mayor. Here’s why.
Winter storm warnings were in effect again across much of the East as a stubborn winter weather pattern maintained its grip. Traverse City ice cave explorers are joyous; St. Clair River ice-breaker captains less so.
Frigid arctic winds brought record cold to the eastern United States Friday, freezing a New York geyser in midair, trapping a ferry loaded with people in Boston Harbor, and rendering the East Coast 'the coldest place in the world.'
In the latest revelation to come from NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, The Intercept reports that US and British intelligence services hacked into the world’s largest maker of SIM cards used in cell phones and next-generation credit cards.