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Aiming at AT&T and Time Warner, President Trump shot from the hip and missed

President Donald Trump knew right away how he felt about AT&T’s proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner. He hated it.

A judge is about to decide whether to block AT&T’s merger with Time Warner. Here’s what you need to know.

The AT&T/Time Warner case could be decided any number of ways. Judge Richard Leon could rule in the government's favor, forcing AT&T to abandon the deal or to sell off key assets such as Turner or DirecTV to move forward.

This week could reshape the internet: Net neutrality rules expire, and AT&T-Time Warner decision is due

The two events in Washington (net neutrality June 11 and AT&T/Time Warner ruling June 12) could lead to further consolidation of wireless, cable and content giants, public-interest advocates say.

The FCC’s net neutrality rules are officially repealed today. Here’s what that really means.

With the network neutrality rules coming off the books, how is your Internet experience likely to change? Here's what you need to know:

Goodbye to net neutrality. Hello to an even-bigger AT&T?

Two pivotal developments this week could dramatically expand the power and footprint of major telecom companies, altering how Americans access everything from political news to “Game of Thrones” on the Internet.

Are any encrypted messaging apps fail-safe? Subjects of Mueller’s investigation are about to find out.

Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's team is reportedly reviewing the encrypted messaging apps of witnesses in the Russia investigation. The team is looking at what experts say are some of the best apps at keeping messages private.