WASHINGTON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice and AT&T Inc will meet in court for the first time on Thursday as the antitrust regulator attempts to stop the U.S. No. 2 wireless company's $85 billion purchase of media company Time Warner Inc.


10


Reuters

Latest News

Daily Mail: Meet the man who converted a school bus into a mobile home

Daily Mail: Cristiano Ronaldo faces £177m Real Madrid deal buyout fee

Daily Mail: Thai army denies role in death of cadet in abuse row

Daily Mail: Thieves steal two iPhones with trick from Musselburgh shop

AP: Spain arrests suspect after 3 are slain; Italy wants him too

AP: Hungary's PM says EU leaders did 'battle' over migration

WashingtonPost: Antonio Brown challenging the dismal history of wide receivers in MVP voting

FOX: What's next for Brexit as EU agrees to new of talks?

CNN: Bridge project could 'dry up' Niagara Falls

ABC: Pennsylvania cousins plead not guilty in alleged murders of 4 men

Daily Mail: How long you can REALLY keep cheese in the fridge for

Daily Mail: Aztec map gives insight into Mexican life in the 1500s

Daily Mail: Don't miss these: 10 essential things to do in Paris

Daily Mail: Austria's chancellor says he will reject migrant quotas

WashingtonPost: The meta-soap opera of Omarosa Manigault’s White House exit

WashingtonPost: Jane Austen was the master of the marriage plot. But she remained single.

CNN: Bridge project could 'dry up' Niagara Falls

CBS: Double dose bad news for Trump in poll on Russia probes

CBC: Australian child abuse inquiry recommends end to mandatory celibacy for clergy

Daily Mail: Vietnam pilot reveals how he was shot down and ejected

Daily Mail: EU set to focus on banking union, bailout fund in euro...

Daily Mail: Erdogan says Turkey starting initiatives at UN to annul...

Reuters: Bedene to switch allegiance from Britain back to Slovenia