Millions of video game fans have created a new kind of celebrity — gamers who play live while others watch online. NPR looks at the biggest video game trade conference, known as E3, through the eyes of two of these celebrities.
A federal court of appeals delivered a massive blow to Internet service providers in their legal battle against so-called net neutrality rules, which tightened regulatory oversight of the industry by the Federal Communications Commission. This was the FCC's third attempt to get its rules approved by this court.
A glitch in the mobile app used by the D.C. Board of Elections has resulted in some voters seeing unexpected changes in their party affiliation, forcing them to cast special ballots in the city's closed primary taking place today.
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