In a 3-to-2 vote along party lines, the agency scrapped Obama-era rules meant to protect an open internet.
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He threatened to shut down “Frida” if I didn’t comply with his demands.
Ms. Ramsey, a newcomer to politics, was running to unseat a Republican. She denies that she harassed a male subordinate, as alleged in a 2005 lawsuit.
President Trump’s supporters asked us to compare. We did.
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules. Here’s what you need to know.
Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Bob Corker of Tennessee, who had been holdouts, said they would support the bill, putting it within striking distance of passage.
Unless you own a business or live off assets, you’re a second-class citizen in their eyes.
North Korea’s nuclear missile progress has stunned the world. Here are some of the scientists behind it.
As Republicans sprinted to get their bill across the finish line, they faced a new round of questions about whether they could generate enough support to pass the legislation.
Mr. Harington discusses “Gunpowder,” his new historical thriller on HBO, and what his character does and doesn’t share with Jon Snow.
The Italian sports car company’s previous S.U.V. predated Porsche’s Cayenne. Its second follows in the Porsche’s footsteps as a beefed-up sports car.
The nominee, Matthew S. Petersen, was unable to answer basic legal questions during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The 26-year-old man, whose videos on Weibo were viewed millions of times, plummeted off a 60-story building in Hunan Province in November.
With federal funding not yet renewed, most states will soon run out of money for the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
Satellite images of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge show the effects of an oil well that operated there in the mid-1980s.
The rapid pace of the tax bill moving through Congress left lobbyists with little time and few lawmakers to press for changes in the $1.5 trillion overhaul.
Here is a guide to what will happen in the coming weeks (and maybe years), including potential changes from companies and numerous lawsuits.
The acquisition of most of Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment empire makes Disney a true competitor to services like Netflix and Amazon.
Alabama’s surprising result gives Democrats a plausible path to take control.
With charm and wit, the latest “Star Wars” movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.
A top executive has submitted at least 40 Freedom of Information Act requests targeting employees known to be questioning management at the E.P.A.
Musicals! Monsters! Mean girls! Catch these great movies and TV shows before they’re gone.
As the spectacle surrounding Ms. Newman’s departure promises to carry over into the Trump administration’s second year, her telegenic antics have not been entertaining to several West Wing aides.
New findings have surprised and puzzled researchers, though the study does not prove cause and effect.
Protesters call for an intifada and promise to “shoot the Jews.”
Reflexive backing of divisive, scandal-plagued figures like Roy S. Moore, the Alabama Senate candidate, is hurting their movement’s image, some evangelical Christians say.
Mr. Trump stepped up his criticism of some F.B.I. agents helping to investigate possible Russian involvement in his campaign, calling it a “very sad thing to watch.”
New York Times editors explain how our election needle came to be and why we’re all fixated on it.
They are 2 years old, but developmentally they are 6 months old. The children most severely affected by Zika face a lifetime of care, new research shows.
Roy S. Moore’s loss in Alabama has stirred up fresh worry that Republicans are again descending again into Tea Party-type spasms of self-defeating rage.
Artificial intelligence may make half of today’s jobs obsolete in 20 years. What careers will be left when our children grow up?
Andrew D. Leonie, an associate deputy attorney general, had complained on Facebook early Wednesday about “all the pathetic ‘me too’ victim claims.”
The dad on BBC, the kid with a knife and an anguished cameraman were among the internet’s most joyful and relatable moments of the year.
Amid worries about hazing, sexual assault and a spate of deaths, universities are imposing campuswide restrictions on fraternities and sororities.
It’s not just the tax cut or A.C.A. repeal: If the public opposes a law, you can bet the Republicans support it. Why?
A reissue of “The Beautiful Smile” looks back on Nan Goldin’s highly personal work that combines art photography with a snapshot aesthetic.
A few dozen of New York’s passenger elevators are still manually operated, forming a hidden museum of obsolete technology and anachronistic employment.
A video featuring the F.C.C. chief defending a repeal of net neutrality rules in a Santa suit and doing the Harlem Shake is attracting some disdain.
A Google neural network analyzed data collected by NASA and helped astronomers detect another planet around a star some 2,500 light years away.