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  • Ann Marie van den Hurk: Adding millennials can help enrich workplace

    It seems the millennials is the generation everyone is talking about. And everyone is trying to understand them. According to the Pew Research Center, in 2015 millennials will overtake boomers as the largest living generation. But who is this millennial...
  • Net neutrality: Five things to watch for as FCC votes on Internet rules

    Net neutrality: Five things to watch for as FCC votes on Internet rules
    Culminating more than a decade of debate, the Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote Thursday on tough net neutrality regulations for online traffic. The Democrat-controlled agency is expected to approve a proposal by FCC Chairman Tom...
  • Defense: Gag order not needed if ex-Massey CEO's trial moved

    A gag order issued in former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship's criminal case would be unnecessary if the courts grant a defense request to move his trial to another district, defense lawyers say in a court filing. Blankenship's lawyers said he cannot...
  • PA Gov. Tom Wolf's roller-coaster first month

    PA Gov. Tom Wolf's roller-coaster first month
    HARRISBURG — In his first month in office, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf has kept lawmakers off balance by throwing them lollipop gestures of kindness one day, and then sneaking political fastballs by them the next. Depending on one's political...
  • FCC poised to favor Internet users over service providers

    FCC poised to favor Internet users over service providers
    The Federal Communications Commission is expected to adopt a contentious set of rules Thursday that, in order to preserve the freedom of consumers and content providers online, dramatically limits the freedom that Time Warner Cable, AT&T and other...
  • NBC stays in lead with Lester Holt

    Lester Holt's audience shot up by more than half a million viewers on his second week filling in at NBC's "Nightly News" for the suspended Brian Williams. Then again, his rivals fared just as well. NBC's newscast averaged 10.1 million viewers last week,...
  • Reddit, Google crack down on posting nude pictures without consent

    Reddit, Google crack down on posting nude pictures without consent
    Reddit and Google are taking a tougher stance against nudity to prevent their services from turning into online peep shows. Social-networking and news site Reddit says it will remove photos, videos and links with explicit content if the person in the...
  • 2015 Scholarships

    2015 Scholarships
    Scholarships 2015 Flawless Scholarship Slam Current or former high school students who is currently attending or will attend will attend a college within the US or its territories. To enter, register as part of the powerpoetry.org community and add your...
  • Trial begins in high-profile Silicon Valley sex bias case

    A lawyer for a former junior partner suing a venture capital firm in a Silicon Valley sex bias suit contended Tuesday that his client was passed over for promotions because she was a woman and then fired after she complained. In his opening trial...
  • Kyle Busch injury brings non-negotiable lesson in motor sports safety

    Kyle Busch injury brings non-negotiable lesson in motor sports safety
    There is always Drama in Daytona. Potholes in 2010. Love-bug shenanigans in 2011. Fire and rain in 2012 with the jet-fuel-dryer track fiasco. And of course, tragedy in 2001 when Dale Earnhardt died after hitting the wall on the last lap of the Daytona...
  • Troy Wolverton: Keep up the pressure on the FCC

    The expected approval this week of strong new rules to protect net neutrality is a big victory for consumers, but it's no time to celebrate. The net neutrality proposal, outlined by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler this month, has...