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DOD Appears Ready to Fight Long-Term for JEDI Contract
The Department of Defense has filed court documents indicating it is prepared to continuing fighting for its JEDI contract decision....
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Lawmakers May Block FCC’s Ligado 5G Decision
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted unanimously to allow Ligado to deploy a low-power 5G network, and lawmakers are not happy....
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Netflix Was a Big Part of Why Regulators Hated Comcast/TWC Merger
By now you’ve probably heard that Comcast has abandoned its push to acquire Time Warner Cable, due to looming concerns that both the Department ...
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Comcast / Time Warner Cable Merger Is Dead, Officially
It’s official. Comcast has announced it has abandoned its efforts to acquire Time Warner Cable, in a deal that would’ve been valued at aro...
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Comcast Is Giving Up on Its TWC Deal: Report
Comcast is planning to kill its proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable before the feds can kill it first. Bloomberg is quoting sources who say that...
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Elizabeth Warren, Al Franken Among Six Senators Urging a Swift Death for the Comcast/Time Warner Merger
In a letter addressed to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler and Attorney General Eric Holder, six Senators are urging the blockage...
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Comcast, TWC Will Meet with Regulators to Try to Save Deal
With their proposed merger on shaky ground, representatives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable are planning to meet with Justice Department officials ...
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Regulators Ready to Kill Comcast / TWC Merger: Report
One of the regulatory agencies looking over the proposed Comcast / Time Warner Cable merger may be about to give it the thumbs down, citing concerns o...
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Antitrust Prosecution Comes To E-Commerce
The U.S. Department of Justice announced that it has charged a former e-commerce executive with price fixing, in what would be the DoJ’s antitru...
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Three Men Charged in Biggest Email Data Breach in History
An unsealed indictment reveals that the US Justice Department has charged three men in what it is calling “one of the largest reported data brea...
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Al Franken Pens Letter To DOJ On ISIS Recruitment
Al Franken has taken a bit of a stand recently to bring attention to ISIS (also known as ISIL or the Islamic state) efforts to recruit members inside ...
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Amber Alerts: Do They Save Lives?
In 1996, nine-year-old Amber Hagerman was abducted while riding her bicycle in Arlington, Texas. Her body was found four days later in a storm drainag...
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Credit Suisse Pleads Guilty to U.S. Tax Evasion
Swiss banking firm Credit Suisse this week pleaded guilty to U.S. tax evasion charges. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Credit Suisse is t...
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Student Loans: Sallie Mae To Refund Military Members Who Paid Too Much Interest
Student loans are already bad enough, but the interest rates are what kills most graduates trying to pay it all back. With interest rates capped at 6 ...
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Bridgestone Executive Jailed For Price Fixing
Bridgestone executive Yusuke Shimasaki this week pleaded guilty to charges related to an international car part price-fixing and bid-rigging conspirac...
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App Pirates Guilty of Copyright Infringement
Back in January the U.S. charged four people in connection with pirate app stores developed for Android devices. Now all four of these defendants has ...
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HP to Pay $108 Million Over Bribery and Money Laundering Charges
Hewlett-Packard this week agreed to pay $108 million to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice to settle money...
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Alabama Sheriff Guilty of Beating Door-to-Door Salesman
An Alabama county sheriff has pleaded guilty to beating an unarmed, handcuffed man. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Keith McCray, a crimi...
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Albuquerque Protests Turn Violent
Earlier this month, James Boyd, age 38, was confronted by police officers for illegally camping in the Sandia Foothills in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Af...
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Texas County Commissioner Charged For Bribery
The saying goes that all politics are local. Whether or not this is true, it is clear that all politicians, from the U.S. congress down to the mayors ...
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