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Reports: FCC Poised For Changes To Net Neutrality Policy

Reports: FCC Poised For Changes To Net Neutrality Policy

The Federal Communications Commission is getting ready to propose new rules when it comes to net neutrality

American Journalist Kidnapped By Ukraine’s Pro-Russia Insurgents

American Journalist Kidnapped By Ukraine’s Pro-Russia Insurgents

An American journalist operating in eastern Ukraine has been kidnapped by pro-Russian gunmen, the separatists said Wednesday.

In Lawsuit, American Muslims Claim FBI Used No-Fly List To Bully Them

In Lawsuit, American Muslims Claim FBI Used No-Fly List To Bully Them

Four American Muslims are suing the FBI alleging that the law enforcement agency bullied them using the no-fly list.

U.S. Says It’s Monitoring For Possible North Korea Nuclear Test

U.S. Says It’s Monitoring For Possible North Korea Nuclear Test

The United States is urging North Korea to refrain from a new nuclear test amid indications of “heightened activity” at Pyongyang’s Punggye-ri test site.

Seven Weeks Before World Cup, Rio Is Rocked By Riot

Seven Weeks Before World Cup, Rio Is Rocked By Riot

A Rio de Janeiro slum erupted in violence late Tuesday following the killing of a popular local figure, with angry residents setting fires and showering homemade explosives and glass bottles onto a busy avenue in the city’s main tourist zone

Stowaway Teen May Have Been Trying To Reunite With His Mom

Stowaway Teen May Have Been Trying To Reunite With His Mom

The latest word about the teenager who survived a ride Sunday from California to Hawaii in the frigid wheel well of a jet is that he may have hoped to eventually get to Somalia to be with his mother.

Wheel Well Stowaway Was ‘Runaway Kid With A Bad Idea’

Wheel Well Stowaway Was ‘Runaway Kid With A Bad Idea’

The California teenager who survived a 5 1/2 hour flight to Hawaii in the wheel well of a Boeing 767 was “just a runaway kid with a bad idea,” FBI Special Agent Tom Simon says.

Study: 2 In 5 Americans Earning Degrees After High School

Study: 2 In 5 Americans Earning Degrees After High School

America may have a shot at rejoining the world’s most educated nations by 2025, according to a report released Monday by the Lumina Foundation.

As Korean Ferry Sank, Some Crew Members Fought To Save Lives

As Korean Ferry Sank, Some Crew Members Fought To Save Lives

With the death toll continuing to rise and likely to exceed 300, the captain and crew of the ferry that sank off the coast of South Korea last week have been called cowards and accused of murder.

U.N. Reports Hundreds Killed In Ethnic Violence In South Sudan

U.N. Reports Hundreds Killed In Ethnic Violence In South Sudan

The United Nations Mission in South Sudan says that “targeted killings of civilians” based on ethnicity were carried out in the war-torn country after rebels last week seized the city of Bentiu.

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