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Planned new rules would allow an Internet provider to negotiate separately with content companies and charge them for priority service.
The company reported 1.28 billion monthly users, most on mobile devices, and easily exceeded analysts’ expectations for revenue and profit.
The increase was small compared with huge growth the company had even just a few years ago. Apple also announced a stock split and expanded its buybacks.
Nonviolent felons will be eligible if they have served 10 years in prison and would have received significantly lower sentences under today’s laws.
President Obama and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had dinner at Sukiyabashi Jiro, whose chef was featured in a documentary, “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.”
As Ukraine stepped up efforts to quell unrest in the east, the self-proclaimed mayor of Slovyansk said he expected the military to attack the city.
Mr. Marrero was 39 when he reached the major leagues with the 1950 Washington Senators and the oldest former major leaguer before he died.
A poll in four states — all with political races that could tip the balance of power in the Senate — showed broad distaste for the law, but found that people would rather have it improved than repealed.
With the addition of Cortana, Microsoft’s answer to Siri and Google Now, the mobile operating system can be considered an equal in most areas.
Phil Jackson, the team president, left little doubt on Wednesday that Steve Kerr was his top choice as coach and made a case for players sacrificing financially to upgrade the roster.
The Supreme Court ruled that a $3.4 million award to a victim who had sought restitution from a man convicted of viewing images of her was too much, returning the case to the lower courts to find a different amount.
The borough’s district attorney, Kenneth P. Thompson, wants to find alternatives to court for people arrested on charges of possessing small amounts of the drug.
With rising temperatures and carbon dioxide changing seasonal timetables, many plants are flowering earlier and longer.
“Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” about a transgendered performer with issues, stars Neil Patrick Harris in the title role.
The deal between Hamas and the Palestine Liberation Organization appeared more serious than past attempts, experts said, and came as hopes faded for a resolution to peace negotiations with Israel.
An advisory group of religious leaders said a documentary at the soon-to-open National September 11 Memorial Museum was offensive to Muslims and could generate prejudice against them.
William E. Rapfogel, a community leader with ties to the New York State Assembly speaker, admitted that he stole from the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty while he was its executive director.
The work of the Guastavino Fireproof Construction Company adorns some of the greatest spaces in New York, like Pennsylvania Station and Grand Central Terminal.
What you need to know for Wednesday: Looking down from 1,000 feet, gusty weather, and a police social-media effort goes awry.