New Internet traffic rules seek equality for all

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission set new so-called net neutrality rules to regulate web traffic.  Video 

Nasdaq resumes climb; S&P 500, Dow fall with energy 4:36pm EST

NEW YORK - The Nasdaq resumed its recent advance on Thursday after deal news in the technology sector, while the Dow and S&P 500 dipped as energy shares sank with oil prices.

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush speaks at The Chicago Council on Global Affairs in Chicago, Illinois, February 18, 2015.   REUTERS/Jim Young

Conservative activists look warily at Jeb Bush

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - Jeb Bush may have wealthy Republican donors backing him, but the former Florida governor will have to woo conservative activists wary of his moderate positions to win his party's 2016 nomination for president.  Full Article | Video 

A masked, black-clad militant, who has been identified by the Washington Post newspaper as a Briton named Mohammed Emwazi, stands next to a man purported to be Steven Sotloff in this still image from a video obtained from SITE Intel Group website February 26, 2015. REUTERS/SITE Intel Group via Reuters TV

'Jihadi John' unmasked as Londoner

LONDON - The masked "Jihadi John" killer who fronted Islamic State beheading videos has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a British computer programming graduate from a well-to-do London family.  Full Article 

An armed man of the separatist self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic army stands near airplanes damaged by months of fighting at the Donetsk airport , February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Ukraine 'heavy weapon withdrawal'

The Ukrainian military has said it's withdrawing heavy artillery from front line duties as part of a truce agreed with pro-Russian separatists. The rebels earlier noted they had begun their own pullout.  Video | Full Article 

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures while he speaks to supporters of his Likud party as he campaigns in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim, near Jerusalem February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Nir Elias

One-note Netanyahu goes tone deaf

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seems to have changed his spots and the current campaign reveals a candidate who is out of sorts, press-averse, reactive, over-sensitive and buffeted by a tempest of bad news that may vanquish his political machine.  Commentary 

Norbanu, a 60-year-old Rohingya, speaks with her daughter's boyfriend, who is now in Indonesia, from an internet hut in Thae Chaung village, home to thousands of displaced Rohingya Muslims near Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State in western Myanmar February 14, 2015. He has broken his promise to send for her, Norbanu tells him, so she will now marry off her daughter to another man. REUTERS/Minzayar

In a teeming camp for displaced Rohingya Muslims in western Myanmar, it's easy to overlook the internet huts. The raw emotion they generate is much harder to ignore.  Full Coverage 

Gap warns on strong dollar, port delays

Apparel retailer Gap forecast a drop in profit for its year ending January 2016; U.S. stocks closed mostly lower, with the Nasdaq higher on tech deals. Bobbi Rebell reports.