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It's about to get a little more expensive to binge on "House of Cards."

This photo provided by Netflix shows, Idris Elba,as Commandant, in the Netflix original film, "Beasts of No Nation," directed by Cary Fukunaga. (Netflix via AP)

A candid California DMV official explains how his department was forced into a difficult situation.

The company says consumers could save money by switching to one of its newer plans.

As self-driving technology arrives, he's preserving your option to drive.


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The company is expected to apologize before a key House committee Thursday.

A big-money scandal, swelling criticism and even fresh doubts from its allies have given the young business its biggest reality check yet.

And the Justice Department is pushing back.

The pair from Edmonds, Wash., say they were teenagers looking for weird things to do in 1983.

The arrival of DARPA in the space could lead to a burst of new innovations.

It's hard to go down the middle when you're selling gadgets these days.

It's the dawn of a new space race.

Blame the democratization of air travel.

Don't even get us started on "backdoor" versus "frontdoor."

You'll now be able to use them to create your own marketable inventions.

The company's undetectable supercookies are becoming part of a wider push into the $50 billion advertising industry.

We're jeopardizing a valuable public resources by only giving out limited access.

A humanitarian effort shows how drones can help the earthquake recovery.

The ruling will affect more than 4,400 companies that rely on the pact to move data back and forth across the Atlantic to support trade and jobs.

Meet Upvoted, a Reddit news production staffed by journalists dedicated to highlighting content from the sprawling online community.

But the company is considering escalating to the next level.

"The Martian" is science propaganda, and that’s a fantastic thing

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