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by Eriq Gardner

As showbiz scales up to battle Big Tech, Makan Delrahim, the nation's top antitrust regulator (and a former movie producer), is becoming as influential as any mogul over Netflix, Megamergers, the Writers Guild and maybe the entire future of the entertainment business. 

by Eriq Gardner , Ashley Cullins

Despite complaints from conservatives who say left-leaning tech companies are shadow-banning on social media, the top U.S. competition regulator says he won’t get involved.

by the Associated Press

With Sanders narrowly edging Pete Buttigieg, the Democrats have two frontrunners.

by the Associated Press

The 45-year-old entrepreneur was one of the breakout stars of the Democratic primary race, building a following that started largely online but expanded to give him enough donors and polling numbers to qualify for the first six debates.

by Ashley Cullins

Justin Fairfax hasn't proven the network acted with malice in airing interviews with two women who accuse him of sexual assault, but a Virginia federal judge found his claims to be reasonable enough to deny an award of attorney's fees.

by Katherine Schaffstall

"I came here in 2006, and so I've kind of been wanting this to happen pretty soon after that, so it's been over a decade," the 'Last Week Tonight' host said on Monday's 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,' after he made a patriotic grand entrance.

by Ryan Parker

The actor made the remarks during an appearance on ABC's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to discuss his latest film, 'Call of the Wild.'

by Erik Hayden

The Carnegie Hall forum will kick off a traveling speaker series for the History channel.

by Katie Kilkenny

Steve Martin made light of the Iowa caucus tech mishap, while best supporting actor winner Pitt nodded to the lack of witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial.

by Hilary Lewis

From a call for citizens to take action to a joke about Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, the election references were few and sometimes subtle.

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