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FCC plans total repeal of net neutrality rules

FCC to repeal all of net neutralityFederal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai will reveal plans to his fellow commissioners on Tuesday to fully dismantle the agency's Obama-era net neutrality regulations, people familiar with the plans said, in a major victory for the telecom industry in the long-running policy debate.

The commission will vote on the proposal in December, some seven months after it laid the groundwork for scuttling the rules that require internet service providers like Comcast or AT&T to treat web traffic equally.

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New York Times suspends Glenn Thrush after allegations of sexual misconduct

NYT suspends Glen Thrush after allegations of sexual misconduct

The New York Times said on Monday it is suspending White House correspondent Glenn Thrush while it investigates allegations in a new report from Vox that he made unwanted sexual advances toward young women, including colleagues from his time working for POLITICO.

Three women, including the piece’s author, Laura McGann, a former editor at POLITICO, alleged forms of unwanted contact or kissing by Thrush, while a fourth described an encounter that she said was consensual but nonetheless left her feeling shaken because of Thrush’s powerful position at POLITICO at the time. The incidents, which occurred in the last five years, all involved women in their 20s, Vox reported.

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Fox News viewers outraged after Shepard Smith debunks Hillary Clinton uranium ‘scandal’

Shepard Smith debunks uranium conspiracy theory that FOX promoted

Fox News anchor Shepard Smith is under fire from his own viewers after he debunked what the network dubbed the Hillary Clinton uranium “scandal.”

Some even suggested he ought to look for work at liberal rivals CNN and MSNBC.

Smith resuscitated the alleged scandal as Republicans on Capitol Hill again called for a special counsel to investigate Clinton.  He called the accusations against her “inaccurate.”

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Lawmakers alarmed at push to sell CNN

lawmakers alarmed at push to sell CNN

Even critics of AT&T’s proposed mega-merger with Time Warner expressed alarm Wednesday at allegations that President Donald Trump's Justice Department is intervening in the deal for political reasons — namely his oft-expressed complaints about CNN.

"Any indication that this administration is using its power to weaken media organizations it doesn’t like would be a profoundly disturbing development," Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said, after POLITICO and other news outlets reported that the DOJ had been pressing the companies to unload the Time Warner-owned news network.

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Jenna Abrams, Russia’s Clown Troll Princess, Duped the Mainstream Media and the World

Jenna Abrams really a Russian trollJenna Abrams had a lot of enemies on Twitter, but she was a very good friend to viral content writers across the world.

Her opinions about everything from manspreading on the subway to Rachel Dolezal to ballistic missiles still linger on news sites all over the web.

One website devoted an entire article to Abrams’ tweet about Kim Kardashian’s clothes. The story was titled “This Tweeter’s PERFECT Response to Kim K’s Naked Selfie Will Crack You Up.”

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NBC News suspends Mark Halperin after 5 women accuse him of sexual harassment

Mark Halperin fired by NBC, MSNBCThe Los Angeles Times reports NBC News has suspended Game Change author Mark Halperin from his contributor post at MSNBC in the wake of allegations that he sexually harassed employees while at ABC News.

CNN spoke with five women who worked with Halperin when he was political director at ABC News, who say he propositioned them for sex, and in one incident, “[kissed] and [grabbed] one’s breasts against her will.” Three of the accusers also say that Halperin “press[ed] an erection” against them, without consent, while they were all clothed.

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A Knife in the Throat Nearly Silences a Top Independent Broadcaster in Moscow

Russian reporter has throat slashedTatiana Felgenhauer, the 32-year-old deputy chief editor of the Echo of Moscow independent radio station, was stabbed in her throat and seriously wounded on Monday right in the reception of Echo’s newsroom.

The radio station’s security captured the attacker and handed him over to police. The assailant was a middle-aged man dressed in black clothes. Fortunately, an ambulance arrived within minutes and Felgenhauer was rushed to surgery, which appears to have saved her life.

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