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Online personalities are advocating for equal treatment of Internet traffic.
Military planners are weighing the possibility of sending more troops to Iraq to provide additional security around Baghdad.
The beheading of James Foley was said to be in revenge for U.S. air strikes against the Iraqi insurgents.
The prosecutor's office will begin presenting evidence to a grand jury investigating the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown.
Two suspects have been arrested after holding eight people - including six children - hostage for nearly 24 hours.
Auto safety regulators unveiled a better way for vehicle owners to search online for recall information.
Hackers who stole the data of 4.5 million hospital patients exploited the Internet bug.
Lawmakers are calling for calm and a change in police tactics as the St. Louis suburb continues to be rocked by racially charged clashes.
Google is considering online accounts for children under 13, giving parents control over how the service is used.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will begin drafting rules to require anti-crash technology in new vehicles.
Firefighters from throughout California are being dispatched to protect homes from a wildfire burning in the foothills near Yosemite National Park.
Gay marriage supporters want the Supreme Court not to block a court ruling that would allow same-sex couples to wed in Virginia.
Details surrounding the shooting remain unclear, and federal and local officials have yet to release their own reports.
Hackers have attacked the records of Community Health, which has 206 hospitals in 29 states.
The former senator who, in 2001 tipped control of the Senate when he quit the Republican Party to become an independent, has died.
Kids these days are getting more and more expensive.
The Federal Communications Commission wants Americans to weigh in on how they think Internet traffic should be regulated.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2016, says an indictment for abuse of power was a political move.
A look at the week's biggest newsmakers and the stories you won't soon forget.
Protests over the shooting of an unarmed black teen were boisterous but peaceful as police replaced riot gear-clad local forces and mingled with the crowd.