FCC to enact stronger Net Neutrality protections
The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to regulate ISPs under new rules that favor net neutrality.
Kerry questions Netanyahu's judgment on Iran
Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program have pitted U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
ISIS 'Jihadi John' identified by media
The Washington Post and BBC are both reporting the identity of Jihadi John, arguably the world's most wanted man, is a Londoner named Mohammed Emwazi.
Washington D.C. legalizes recreational marijuana
Despite stern opposition from Republican lawmakers, the possession of recreational marijuana became legal in the nation's capital Thursday.
Drones in Paris highlight security threat
Drones were sighted again Tuesday night near Paris landmarks. Authorities arrested three journalists but said there is no known connection.
T.J.Maxx to raise wage to $9 an hour
TJX Companies said it will raise pay for all of its full- and part-time employees to $9 an hour starting in June.