Headlines Edition

Thursday Headlines: The fight over net neutrality does not end today.

Starting at 10:30 a.m. ET today, the FCC will meet to vote and—most likely—kill net neutrality. Here's where to watch, and here's a thread on what you can do to make your voice heard before and after the vote.

As the Republican Senate majority shrinks by a seat, an ACA repeal looks more and more unlikely.

Immigrants or their children founded 216 of the US companies listed on the Fortune 500.

Doctors Without Borders estimates authorities in Myanmar killed at least 6,700 Rohingya Muslims, including 730 under the age of five, during the first month of violence alone.

“I deeply regret and apologize for the serious error I made when I said in a "non-braggadocious way" that “there has never been a 10-month president that has accomplished what we have accomplished.” What if Trump apologized for some of the 1,628 false or misleading claims he’s made in his first 298 days?

Leaked Breitbart emails show how Bannon tried to kill off Twitter on multiple fronts after Milo's badge was revoked.

San Francisco passed legislation to limit the number of robots allowed to roam on city sidewalks.

Nearly 60 university and college presidents took home more than $1 million in compensation in 2015.

Powerful photos from the "relatively average" year in volcanic activity.

Cold War America created a fallout cracker so bad that you might have wished you hadn't survived the apocalypse.

Natural disaster experts fact-check how scared we should be by disaster movie scenarios.

The New York Public Library's maps division shares some of its loveliest vintage Christmas cards.

Video: Building facades cut up and woven into mesmerizing patterns.

“You can love Halloween without believing that ghosts are real.” We asked atheists and agnostics to tell us how they spend their secular holiday seasons.

New York looks very cold in this photo.