The Federal Communications Commission plans to repeal rules prohibiting internet service providers from impeding consumer access to web content in a move that promises to recast the digital landscape.
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Second U.S. judge halts Trump ban on transgender troops
A second federal judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump from banning transgender people from serving in the U.S. military, ruling that the prohibition likely amounted to unconstitutional discrimination.
Ex-Bosnian Serb commander Mladic faces verdict in genocide trial
The U.N. tribunal on war crimes in former Yugoslavia hands down its final verdict on Wednesday in the genocide trial of Ratko Mladic, the ex-Bosnian Serb general accused of ordering the massacre of 8,000 Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica.
Disney-Pixar animation executive Lasseter takes leave after 'missteps': memo
Walt Disney Co executive John Lasseter, who heads animation at both Disney and Pixar, told company staff on Tuesday he was taking a six-month leave of absence following what he called "missteps" including unwanted hugs that made employees uncomfortable, according to a memo seen by Reuters.
Trump says AT&T plan to buy Time Warner 'not a good deal'
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday stood by his criticism of pay TV and wireless company AT&T's deal to buy movie and TV show maker Time Warner Inc, which the Justice Department has sued to stop.
HP Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman to step down
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co said on Tuesday that Meg Whitman was stepping down as chief executive officer early next year, sending its shares down 7.4 percent in trading after the bell.
U.S. threatens to sue Harvard over admissions policies
The U.S. Justice Department has threatened to sue Harvard University to force it to turn over documents as it investigates whether the Ivy League school's admission policies violate civil rights laws by discriminating against Asian-American applicants.
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