The agency hopes to roll back more regulations on Internet providers.
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The White House is considering a suspension of the law, part of President Trump’s pledge to cut regulations and a long-held goal of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The docking was postponed from Wednesday after the spacecraft's computers noticed incorrect data about the location of the station.
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NASA said the spacecraft will try again in 24 hours.
AT&T is trying to convince Washington its merger will help consumers.
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The move comes days after Verizon launched its own competing offer.
In a report, the GAO found the companies’ spacecrafts may not be certified until 2019 — too late to reserve room on Russian spacecraft.
Facebook users in the United States and Canada can now search and apply for jobs directly from the social-media platform.
The Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai released footage of a drone that can carry passengers at up to 100 mph for 30 minutes.
It's all part of the social network's plan to dominate television.
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