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Broadcasters Challenge Constitutionality of Carriage Mandates

Broadcasters are pushing back on cable arguments that leased-access rules represent an infringement on cable's First Amendment rights...

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SCOTUS redefines 'sex' in ruling favoring LGBT people

The court decided by a 6-3 vote that a key provision of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 known as Title VII...

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DOJ Charges Man with Using Facebook to Incite Riot

The Justice Department has arrested and charged a Peoria, Ill.

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Seattle Judge Tosses Suit That Tried to Gag Fox News Commentary

A Seattle judge has dismissed a lawsuit from a little-known advocacy organization that hoped...

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Federal court approves $5B Facebook settlement with FTC over Cambridge Analytica

Now, it's Facebook official. The social network said a federal court on Thursday officially approved...

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FCC, Broadcasters Lock Hands In Supreme Court Fight Over Media Ownership Rules

Three swings of the deregulatory bat by the Federal Communications Commission...

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Federal Judge Upholds Maine PEG Law

A Maine federal district judge has upheld a state law requiring cable operators to place public educational and government channels...

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CA Raided 'Teen Rescue', Trying to Close Christian Boarding School

The state wants to re-label the school as a "community care facility" and put it under heavy regulation by the Department of Social Services.

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Facebook Investigation Widens

The investigation by states into Facebook has "vastly expanded," according to one of the attorneys general leading that effort...

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The Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s autonomy

At issue is whether the bureau’s director has too much protection from being fired by the president.

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