A Newly Discovered Type of Galaxy Keeps Producing Stars as It Dies
'Cold quasars' offer an unprecedented look at the transition between active star-forming galaxies and dead galactic bodies.
The Milky Way Ate This Star Cluster Billions of Years Ago
The Hubble Space Telescope snapped detailed images of Messier 75, which is part of the 'Gaia Sausage.'
AT&T Jacks Up TV Prices Again After Merger, Despite Promising That Wouldn’t Happen
AT&T insisted that post-merger “efficiencies” would likely result in lower, not higher rates.
Sinclair's Bid to Monopolize Local TV News Is Officially Dead
Tribune Media has scrapped its merger deal and has accused Sinclair of "unnecessarily aggressive" behavior.
A Black Hole Has Been Shredding a Star Twice the Size of the Sun for 10 Years
Astronomers have been watching the full fallout of a tidal disruption event for years.
Trump FCC Tries to Claim Its Blatant Sinclair Favoritism Was Entirely Coincidental
The FCC has quickly been dismantling rules designed to protect media consumers and smaller competitors.
AT&T’s Contract with Michael Cohen Shows Exactly What It Hoped to Get From Him
The Washington Post released the consulting contract between Trump’s lawyer and the telecom firm.
Trump is Doubling Down on Obama and Bush's Legacy of Going Soft on Antitrust Problems
The last three US presidents have all had relatively weak stances on busting monopolies, which has led to worsening America's income inequality.
Yahoo! Is Dead, Will Now Be Called ‘Altaba'
If the Verizon deal goes through, one of Silicon Valley’s most famous brand names will soon exist only in our memories.
AT&T and Time Warner Execs Vow to Protect Press Freedom Under Trump
The issue of First Amendment free speech protections is now front and center.
AT&T CEO Says $85B Time Warner Deal Will Be Tremendous for Consumers
But public interest groups warn that media consolidation usually leads to higher prices.
The $85 Billion Question: Will the FCC Review the AT&T-Time Warner Deal?
AT&T and Time Warner want to avoid FCC scrutiny. That’s unlikely.