Another battle of giants: Amazon and Google

Amazon and Google are fighting an increasingly ugly battle that could drag their customers and their future business plans down with them.

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John McCain described as increasingly frail, Senate sources say

Sources in the Senate tell CNN they have been worried about Sen. John McCain recently, following a week when the Arizona Republican was kept from the Senate to address side effects from his brain cancer treatment.

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Social media won’t win the suburban vote

Election upsets in multiple states show that our easy categories of left-right and urban-rural are missing something, says S. Mitra Kalita. What about the suburbs?

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Haley: Missile debris ‘proof’ of Iran’s UN violations

Standing in front of a display of recovered missile debris, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley presented what she called “concrete evidence” of Iran’s weapons proliferation on Thursday at a military base in Washington and called on the international community to join “a united front in resisting this global threat.”

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The FCC has created an ‘internet for the elite’

Mitchell Baker, cofounder of Mozilla, writes that eliminating net neutrality will make internet service look more like cable TV, and we all know how much Americans despise their cable companies.

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Delta agrees to purchase up to 200 Airbus jets

The new 197-seat airliner is part of a strategy to offer bigger single-aisle airplanes on many domestic routes and shorter international flights. It’ll also help Delta retire many of its aging workhorses.

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How Newtown defined Chris Murphy’s mission

When you walk into Sen. Chris Murphy’s Senate office, one of the first things you might see is a large poster of children’s TV host Mr. Rogers with a quote on it.

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