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What is net neutrality?

A decision today paves the way for "equal opportunity" for the internet. In a three-to-two decision, the federal communications commission voted for more internet regulations, known as "net neutrality."

CDC investigates deadly bacteria's link to doctors' offices

The Centers for Disease Control is raising a red flag that a potentially deadly bacteria may be lurking in your doctor's office.

Now Starbucks is getting into TV and film

Starbucks proves again that it won't stop with just coffee.

FCC adopts historic Internet rules

The FCC has passed a historic measure to more strictly regulate the Internet. The new rules, known as "net neutrality," act to provide equal opportunity for Internet speeds and access to websites.

Winston Churchill's blood to be auctioned

"I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat," Winston Churchill once told the British House of Commons. A UK auction house is taking the former prime minister's words literally.

'Modern Family' airs Apple-centric episode

Talk about a "Modern Family."

Florida officers under fire after slapping, dragging incidents caught on video

Two South Florida law enforcement officers are under fire after witnesses used their cell phones to capture footage of them possibly mistreating arrestees.

Long-delayed marathon bombing trial set to begin in Boston

The death penalty trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev -- long delayed by painstaking jury selection, crippling snowstorms and last-ditch appeals to move the case someplace else -- is on track to finally get underway here n

The names: This is who ISIS has recruited from the West

More than 20,000 foreigners have flocked to fight for ISIS, the radical Sunni group that controls portions of Iraq and Syria.

State Department official accused of soliciting sex from a minor denied bail

A U.S. State Department official accused of soliciting sex from a minor is being held without bond on Wednesday night.