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Over objections from the Bush administration, a divided House committee approves bill allowing people doing journalism for "financial gain" to keep sources confidential.
A temporary extension of the Internet access tax restrictions seems likely, but what about the idea of making the tax ban permanent?
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The federal government is cutting education funding but states - flush with cash for the first time since the 90s - may be ready to fund edtech in a big way.
The device provided key evidence -- which stopped a man allegedly getting away with fraud after burning down his house.
The student was allegedly building a custom Gentoo Linux distro for ISIS.