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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai revealed plans to roll back net neutrality during a speech in Washington, D.C.

Pai plans to hand regulatory jurisdiction of broadband providers back to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), an agency critics argue is less than prepared to handle.

The net neutrality rules will also set restrictions on internet service providers (ISPs), prioritizing certain kinds of web traffic and throttling others.

While Pai said his proposed changes would reinvigorate broadband investment, the rules were broadly aimed at establishing a level playing field for internet companies.
Aaron Hernandez prison letters were released, revealing that the ”gay lover ” letters rumors may have been just rumors. 

The three notes recovered in Aaron Hernandez's prison cell were written to his fiancee, his daughter, and his attorney, Jose Baez.

The contents of the letters are being kept under wraps for now but sources familiar with the investigation tell us the ex-NFL player did not leave any sort of a message for another inmate.

There are reports Hernandez had been corresponding with a "gay lover" during his time in lockup, but Baez shot that down as false.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order, flanked by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, aiming to rein federal control of education in the U.S.

Trump hopes to put his stamp on the Education Department advocating for more local control of schools in his executive order. 

The order also requests DeVos review the Every Student Succeeds Act, an Obama-era education law, and Common Core, education standards adopted by most states.

The order initiates a process that could see substantial changes made to K-12 education in the United States.
In her first running of the Boston Marathon, Edna Kiplagat powered across the finish line of the 2017 Boston Marathon nearly a minute ahead of her closest rival.

37-year-old Kiplagat took in her two neices after the tragic death of her sister, Alice. 

While also aising her own two biological children, the star athletadopted another child whose parents passed away.

Balancing being a mother of five and a world-class athlete, Kiplagat bought a Kenyan farm with her husband/coach Gilbert Koech.

"It's about organizing yourself and making sure that everything is done at the right time," she says.
Trying to breastfeed her 19-month-old baby in church, mother of two Annie Peguero was promptly asked to decamp to a private room.

Protecting men, teenagers or new churchgoers from feeling "uncomfortable," the church policy forbids breastfeeding without a cover.

Peguero then posted a live stream video on Facebook urging women to stand up for breastfeeding, their legally protected right in Virginia with no exemption for religious institutions under the law.

Peguero and an attorney are pressing church leaders to issue a statement and reverse their policy.
Alisyn Camerota was reluctant to describe the dark side of Fox News. As channel CEO Roger Ailes has been ousted by the Murdoch family, that has changed.

"Yes, Roger Ailes did sexually harass me," Camerota said in an interview on CNN's "Reliable Sources." 

Ailes resigned under pressure last July after another longtime anchor, Gretchen Carlson, sued him and the Murdochs retaining an outside law firm to investigate the allegations.

Ailes has strongly denied all of the allegations, adding he "never engaged in the inappropriate conversations."