Fight over net neutrality rules returns to appeals court

WASHINGTON (AP) — A long-running legal battle over government rules that require Internet providers to treat all Web traffic equally is back for another round before a federal appeals court.

  • Written by SAM HANANEL, Associated Press

OPEC keeps oil production at current high level


VIENNA (AP) — Acknowledging their inability to push up oil prices, OPEC nations on Friday effectively scrapped their official output ceiling and agreed to keep producing well above that level.

  • Written by GEORGE JAHN, Associated Press

Congress revives the Export-Import Bank; establishment win

WASHINGTON (AP) — With little fanfare, Congress has revived the federal Export-Import Bank five months after allowing it to expire, handing a victory to business groups and a defeat to tea party conservatives and the billionaire GOP donor Koch Brothers.

  • Written by ERICA WERNER, AP Congressional Correspondent

South India rains ease but poor urban planning feeds misery

NEW DELHI (AP) — The relentless rains that lashed southern India's Tamil Nadu state for three days eased Friday, but the misery of tens of thousands of people was far from over, with large parts of the main city still underwater along with the region's biggest airport.

  • Written by MUNEEZA NAQVI, Associated Press