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1. Destroy the Village. 2. Save it.

[Commentary] Venture capitalists believe that, with the hard work of laying those digital pipes now behind us, there’s an enormous opportunity waiting for those who can figure out how to create an endless stream of content to flow through them.

Lords of the Viral Internet

Talk to some of the foremost practitioners of the dark arts of web journalism, and they'll all tell you the same thing: There's no secret formula for making a story go viral on the Internet.

Eric Cantor outlines House’s spring agenda

House Republicans will take up several 2015 spending bills in the coming weeks but have no plans to move forward on immigration reform or a minimum-wage increase -- key priorities for President Barack Obama and Democrats.

Behind the scenes, much of HealthCare.gov is still under construction

The Obamacare website may work for people buying insurance, but beneath the surface, HealthCare.gov is still missing massive, critical pieces -- and the deadline for finishing them keeps slipping.

Michael Hayden joins Washington Times

Former CIA and NSA director Gen. Michael Hayden will write a bimonthly column called "Inside Intelligence" for the Washington Times.

Clapper signs strict new media directive

A new directive issued by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper prohibits employees of certain government agencies from discussing any intelligence-related matter with the media, classified or not.

The tea party radio network

FreedomWorks has paid more than $6 million in recent years to have Beck promote the group, its initiatives and events.

Sen Al Franken attacks Comcast merger

It’s Comcast vs. Sen Al Franken -- Round Two.

‘Obama phone’ fraud targeted by Administration

The Justice Department charged a trio of men with defrauding the so-called Obamaphone program of $32 million in a scam that allegedly featured a jet, a Lamborghini and a yacht called Knight Crew.

Hillary Clinton: Media ‘double standard’ on women

Hillary Clinton discussed her work at the State Department, called for young women not to take criticisms personally and rapped the media for treating powerful women with a double standard at the kickoff of “Women in the World” in New York City.