FCC rolls back net neutrality rules
The Federal Communications Commission today voted to roll back Obama-era regulations on internet service companies. The commission scrapped what’s known as net neutrality, which required providers to treat content on the internet equally. Bianna Golodryga reports.
EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland expected to testify in upcoming week
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Russian troops take command of U.S. airbase in northern Syria
In northern Syria, Russian troops have taken command of a U.S. airbase — and withoutRead More