Several major cable providers struck a deal with troubled Internet provider Excite@Home that will keep their subscribers connected to the company's broadband network for the next three months.
Despite a spike in Internet news site visitors since the Sept. 11 attacks, MSNBC.com is laying off 9 percent of its workforce, or around 18 staff members.
Bankrupt Internet provider Excite@Home cut off Internet access to 850,000 AT&T Broadband subscribers Saturday after talks with AT&T to work out a new service agreement fell through.
Aided by heavy U.S. airstrikes, anti-Taliban tribesmen pressed toward the Taliban's last remaining stronghold of Kandahar on Friday, as American officials warned of potential violence against forces in the region.
In a sign of how difficult it will be to form a post-Taliban government, the head of the Northern Alliance in Kabul rejected some key points devised at the Bonn meeting and an ethnic Pashtun representative walked out of the…
Singer, guitarist and songwriter George Harrison succumbed to cancer at a friend's Los Angeles home Thursday afternoon. His wife Olivia and son Dhani, 24, were at his side.
Margaret Warner examines the ongoing talks about Afghanistan's political future with Steven Erlanger, Berlin bureau chief for the New York Times.
On the 55th day of U.S. strikes on Afghanistan, Independent Television News reports on the military and humanitarian situation there, and Kwame Holman reports on the Pentagon assessment of the Afghan campaign.
Remembering the Beatles' George Harrison, who died yesterday at age 58. Ray Suarez talks with Jim Henke, chief curator of the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame.
In the third day of negotiations, the Northern Alliance dropped its objection to international peacekeeping forces and agreed to form an interim national parliament.
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