How Silicon Valley is Cracking the Construction Code

VC firms expect to invest $375 million in construction tech this year, making it one of the last massive industries to be disrupted.

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After ditching Paris, Trump’s team has another big international climate decision to make

After ditching Paris, Trump’s team has another big international climate decision to make

While it’s not the Paris climate agreement, hopes are rising that the Trump administration will not walk away from another international climate accord, one designed to limit emissions of super-polluting gases from air conditioners and refrigerators that could otherwise sharply warm the globe. In Montreal this week, countries have assembled for the 29th meeting of the […]

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FCC moves to ease rules on TV station ownership

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is moving forward with a controversial proposal to ease restrictions on the ownership of broadcast stations.In a statement Tuesday, Pai said he is seeking comments on raising the cap on how much of…

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Uber Hid 57-Million User Data Breach For Over a Year

The ridesharing service’s latest scandal combines routine security negligence with an “appalling” coverup.

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The US Global Engagement Center's Fight Against Russian Propaganda Has Barely Started

Former staffers of the State Department’s Global Engagement Center, tasked with fighting propaganda, say that ‘administrative incompetence’ has hamstrung efforts.

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'Vapor Wake' Explosive-Sniffing Dogs Help Protect the Thanksgiving Day Parade

This year, a team of Labrador retrievers trained to sniff out body-worn explosives will help lock down NYC’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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Why the Government is Right to Block the AT&T-Time Warner Merger

Combining the nation’s largest pay-TV provider with the owner of ‘must-have’ channels will raise prices and stifle competition.

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Here's How the End of Net Neutrality Will Change the Internet

The FCC move to eliminate net-neutrality rules opens the door to preferential deals for some content providers, closed doors for others.

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Net neutrality group plans holiday protests at Verizon stores

Net neutrality proponents are planning a last-ditch holiday protest against the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) move to scrap Obama-era rules. Protesters in cities including Phoenix, Denver, San Francisco, New York City,…

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Trump: AT&T-Time Warner merger 'not good for the country'

President Trump said that AT&T’s proposed merger with Time Warner is “not good for the country,” one day after the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it was suing to blog the $85 billion deal.”Personally, I’ve always felt that…

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