Last week Tom Wheeler, chairman of the FCC, published an op-ed piece for Wired which laid out his strategy to "ensure net neutrality" by treating the Internet as a public utility and applying the same types of regulations that are used for phone and electric companies. In this case, the antidote is worse than the poison.

Earthquakes in Texas and elsewhere have ignited a flurry of comments linking them to fracking, without any proof.

The Department of Homeland Security fears the proliferation of personally owned drones.

During a 10-minute period one day in November 2008, British spies vacuumed up 70,000 e-mails to and from journalists at major media outlets in the United States and the U.K. And they did it with the blessings of Washington.

Under a new city ordinance, Seattle trash collectors are ticketing people who put too much food in their garbage cans, with fines to follow.

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