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Robert Weller, VP for spectrum policy at the National Association of Broadcasters, was one of 30 people tapped to advise the Obama Administration's top telecom advisory arm, the National Telecommunications & Information Administration, on wireless spectrum management policy. Broadcasters and the government are in the midst of a major spectrum management project as they prepare for a post-incentive auction repack of TV stations into smaller spectrum quarters, though how much smaller remains to be seen, and repurposing spectrum for wireless. The goal of the committee is to get input on "strengthening the U.S. global leadership role in wireless technology... [Read More]
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Orphan Black was no TV Themyscira, having been brought to life like most things in show business: with two guys at the helm and a smattering of women populating... [Read More]
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The Florida rapper has yet another opinion to share. [Read More]
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If North Korea launches an attack that threatens the United States then China should stay neutral, but if the United States attacks first and tries to overthrow North Korea's government China will stop then, a Chinese state-run newspaper said on Friday. [Read More]
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For days, Mr. Trump has trained his fire on Mr. McConnell, venting on Twitter about the Senate's inability to pass a health care repeal bill. [Read More]
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The man behind the presidential fowl has roots in Chicago. In fact, you may have participated in one of his previous productions. [Read More]
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The warnings are true: It's not a good idea to look at a solar eclipse without special eye protection. [Read More]
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A federal judge has ordered the State Department to search the "state.gov" email accounts of Hillary Clinton aides Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills and Jacob Sullivan for records related to Benghazi, as part of a watchdog's Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. [Read More]
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Check out 11 crazy cases that show what goes down when fans storm the stage, from a One Direction concert that left close to 50 fans with asphyxia to the the time Chance The Rapper took down a stage-crasher himself. [Read More]
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To the men and women of the Trump White House–the curious, the hopeful, the desperate and the dubious–the all-hands summons was a little out of the ordinary. [Read More]
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Russia's expulsion of dozens of U.S. diplomats will save American tax dollars, the president said... [Read More]
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Two people are facing murder charges in connection with the death of a missing Portland man whose body was found in Lane County. [Read More]
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Fire at Walmart distribution center in Bethlehem... [Read More]
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The latest news, analysis and stories from NHL.com, the official site of the National Hockey League... [Read More]
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A former West High School student has been formally charged in a February 16 crash that killed both of his passengers and seriously injured a pregnant woman. Abraham Miranda, 18,  was charged Tuesday with two felony counts of manslaughter and one misdemeanor count of reckless endangerment. Police said Miranda was driving a Chevy Impala on 300 W in Salt Lake City when the vehicle crashed into a Honda Pilot. Miranda's passengers, Vidal Pacheco and Dylan Hernandez,... [Read More]
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Muncie police apprehended a suspect who appeared to be splattered with blood Thursday after a man was fatally stabbed near a southside intersection.        ... [Read More]
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At least 180 refugees forced off boat near Yemen coast, killing five, in the second such incident within 24 hours. [Read More]
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Two people were killed after a car overturned on Interstate 15 near Rancho Bernardo, California Highway Patrol (CHP) officials said. [Read More]
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Metallica has apologized for their "overzealous attorney" sending a Canadian cover band a 41-page cease and desist letter. [Read More]
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Blizzard is launching a "global diversity and inclusion initiative" aimed at raising the percentage of women and underrepresented minority groups in its workforce and improving the work environment for those groups, according to an internal company email recently received by Kotaku. [Read More]
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