The ghost of AOL will haunt the Time Warner-AT&T deal
The 2000 merger with AOL made Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes nauseous, so what's different now? by Kara Swisher @karaswisher Oct 23, 2016, 10:21a. tweet · share · Linkedin. Time Warner's then-CEO Jerry Levin and AOL's Steve Case seal the deal in in ...
Regulatory Microscope Lies Ahead for AT&T and Time Warner
AT&T's new streaming service, DirecTV Now, just got a lot more interesting
AT&T's $85.4B deal for Time Warner is a new bet on synergy
New York Times
Outside Money Favors Hillary Clinton at a 2-to-1 Rate Over Donald Trump
New York Times
Hillary Clinton in Cleveland on Friday. Mrs. Clinton's close personal ties to elite donors have helped in fund-raising efforts. Credit Ruth Fremson/The New York Times. Six years after a Supreme Court decision opened vast new channels for money to flow ...
Republicans, time to prepare for a scorched-earth Clinton presidency
Peshmerga forces 5 miles from Iraq's Mosul in key battle against ISIS
Near Mosul, Iraq (CNN) Kurdish Peshmerga forces are within five miles (eight kilometers) of Mosul, commanders said Sunday after days of fighting and sweeping territorial gains in the operation to free the key Iraqi city from ISIS control. A coalition ...
Battle for Mosul: Why Turkey Is Bombing Anti-ISIS Fighters in Iraq, Syria
Battle of Mosul Has Bearing on Two Presidencies
Ash Carter: Mosul support plan needed after ISIL ousted
For Joe Buck and Pat Hughes, simplicity golden as Cubs win pennant
Chicago Cubs radio broadcaster Pat Hughes calls a home run by Cubs hitter Jorge Soler during a game between the Cubs and the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Sept. 15, 2016. Chicago Cubs radio broadcaster Pat Hughes calls a home ...
The Professor pitches the Cubs into the World Series
Column: Finally! A Cubs team that ain't afraid of no ghosts (Oct 23, 2016)
Won for the ages: After years of waiting and suffering, Cubs are in World Series
Iran's president criticizes US presidential candidates
In this photo released by official website of the office of the Iranian Presidency, President Hassan Rouhani speaks to the crowd during a visit to the central city of Arak, Iran, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. Iran's president Hassan Rouhani criticized the U.S ...
Iran's president says America's election is 'bad over worse or worse over bad'
Rouhani presents 3 nominees for ministerial posts to parliament
Iranian president criticises behaviour of Trump and Clinton during debates
Conway: 'This election doesn't feel over'
Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump's campaign manager, said Sunday the media needs to give voters their chance to "express their will and not tell them now the race is over." In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union," Conway said ...
Tensions high inside 'Jungle' refugee camp as demolition nears
(CNN) Tensions are high inside "The Jungle," a sprawling makeshift refugee camp in the French port town of Calais, where authorities were to begin evicting migrants Monday. Authorities have given the thousands of people living there two options: seek ...
Calais migrants: France prepares to demolish 'Jungle' camp
French Police Use Tear Gas to Disperse Calais Camp Residents
Calais children: More youngsters arriving in UK
1 dead after 2 explosions hit Japanese city; suicide suspected
TOKYO — A former member of Japan's Self Defense Forces apparently committed suicide Sunday by detonating an explosive device in a park north of Tokyo. Three other people were injured. The incident took place about the same time that Prime Minister ...
Japanese pensioner soldier blows himself up in park, injures others
1 Dead, 3 Injured As Multiple Explosions Rock Japanese City
Police Investigating Deadly Explosions North of Tokyo
Wall Street Journal
Spain's Political Impasse Ends as Socialist Party Clears Way for Rajoy's Re-election
Wall Street Journal
MADRID—Mariano Rajoy, a prominent target of the antiestablishment fervor rising across Europe, was assured of re-election as prime minister when his Socialist rivals conceded defeat Sunday, ending Spain's 10-month leadership impasse. Socialist leaders ...
Spain's Socialists clear way for minority conservative government
Spain's Socialists End 10-Month Political Deadlock
Spain's socialists vote to allow minority government led by Rajoy
Who to Blame for the Attack on the Internet
Consumers are part of the problem. A version of this post originally appeared in the Cyber Saturday edition of Data Sheet, Fortune's daily tech newsletter. Our worst hacking fears came true on Friday as criminals deployed millions of everyday ...
How your DVR was hijacked to help epic cyberattack
After Years Of Warnings, Internet Of Things Devices To Blame For Big Internet Attack
Attacks on the internet keep getting bigger and nastier