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  • Wolf killed by vehicle in western Washington

    A wolf that was struck and killed by a vehicle in western Washington this week may provide the first verification that the animals have crossed the Cascade Range, an official for the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said Thursday.
  • House rebels blame GOP leaders for falling contributions

    As he began his first re-election run in early 2013, tea party Rep. Thomas Massie had no trouble raising money from business interests. Th The Kentucky Republican voted against returning John Boehner, R-Ohio, to the speaker's job and opposed an effort...

    FCC's net neutrality rules open door to new fee on Internet service

    FCC's net neutrality rules open door to new fee on Internet service
    Recently adopted net neutrality regulations soon could make your monthly Internet bill more complicated — and potentially more expensive. Every month, consumers pay a small fee on their phone bills for a federal program that uses the money —...

    FCC's net neutrality move reflects the will of the people

    To the editor: Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee that oversees the Federal Communications Commission, has accused the FCC of giving in to "politically generated populist furor" by adopting regulations that...

    FCC releases net neutrality regulations; opponents expected to sue

    FCC releases net neutrality regulations; opponents expected to sue
    Federal regulators released details of the new rules governing Internet traffic in a 400-page tome that also lays out the justification for tough measures and gives critics the fodder for their expected court appeals. The Federal Communications...