Net neutrality is the idea that nothing gets a fast lane or a road block on the internet. Former president Barack Obama liked it, President Donald Trump doesn't. This video contains images from The Associated Press
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What is net neutrality: An explainer
What is happening underneath Oak Street?
Making batteries from glass bottles
Doctor's newest car will resemble F-16
How to protect your computer from malware
Five things to know about Sprint’s future
How Kansas City's taxis became more like Uber
Pulling drinkable water out of dry air
Watch a supplies-laden Atlas V rocket launch toward the International Space Station
Liftoff video shows Expedition 51 duo leaving the confines of gravity
Oak Street, which lines up with the Heart of America Bridge and goes by the federal courthouse, the City Hall and Sprint Center, has seen unending construction over the years. Public Works Deputy Director Ralph Davis says there are multiple layers of utilities underneath the road that businesses need to access because of to the city's development and rising demand for faster communication.
Researchers at the University of California have used waste glass bottles to create nanosilicon anodes for high-performance lithium-ion batteries. The batteries will extend the range of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and provide more power with fewer charges to personal electronics like cell phones and laptops.
The Federal Trade Commission offers advice on how to protect computers from Malware. Malware is short for "malicious software" and includes viruses and spyware installed on your computer or mobile device without your consent.
A federal ban on merger talks in the telecom industry ended late in April which might mean a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. This video includes footage from Sprint and photos from Bloomberg Gadfly and Bloomberg.
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket lifted off Tuesday from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Liftoff was at 11:11 a.m. The Orbital ATK CRS-7 Cygnus spacecraft is on a commercial resupply services mission to deliver 7,600 pounds of supplies to the International Space Station.
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured even more evidence of water vapor plumes on Jupiter's icy moon Europa. The probable plumes appear to be repeating in the same location and correspond with a relatively warm region on Europa's surface observed by the Galileo spacecraft.
Dryers use 1 percent of the energy in the U.S., so the Department of Energy has developed a new approach that shakes wet clothes instead of heating them. The technology saves energy, and dries laundry in half the time.
Kirsti Olsen, suicide prevention liaison with ReDiscover in Lee's Summit, explains some of the ways she tries to help client Levi Baehr, 16, with his feelings of severe depression. Olson heads the Zero Suicide youth program.