The U.S. Federal Communications Commission set new so-called net neutrality rules to regulate web traffic. Video
TOKYO - Asian shares pulled further away from a five-month high on Friday as a sharp pullback in crude oil prices dampened risk appetite, though Japanese stocks crawled to a fresh 15-year peak after the dollar surged against the yen overnight.
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
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
A District of Columbia man who grows marijuana praises the legalization of possession of small amounts of marijuana as local officials press on with new legislation despite Congressional pushback. Gavino Garay reports.