The U.S. government is asking the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers to gather global stakeholders and come up with a transition plan.
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The lawsuit claims the banks' manipulation of the London interbank offered rate caused failed U.S. banks to suffer substantial losses.
The Federal Railroad Administration launched an investigation after a derailment in December that killed four passengers and injured 70.
Convicted murderer James Robert Jones, 69, was arrested in south Florida. He'd been on the run since slipping out of Fort Leavenworth in 1977.
During a meeting with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, President Obama said he wants the Department of Homeland Security to see if the deportation process can be more humane.
The narrow ruling applies to defendants who were in the appeals process when Colorado legalized the recreational use of pot.
In an open letter, the Facebook co-founder said the U.S. should be "a champion for the internet, not a threat."
The senators used a report that details 650 ethics infractions by Justice Department lawyers to bolster their case for an independent inspector general.
A new study by Pew Research Internet Project has a surprise: people who use the old-school local library also tend to be highly engaged with technology.
The former secretary of state and decorated general told Ellen DeGeneres to eat her heart out with a self-portrait he took 60 years ago.