The 2015 net neutrality rules in the United States end.
Monday marks the end of net neutrality rules in the U.S., following GOP members of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voting to end the protections last year.
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- The 2015 net neutrality rules in the United States has ended.
- The 2015 net neutrality rules in the United States have ended.
- The 2015 net neutrality rules in the United States end.
- U.S. President Donald Trump calls for "fair and reciprocal" trades between the United States and other countries, claiming that the United States is a "piggy bank that everyone keeps robbing".
- The United States expand their health alert from Guangzhou to all of China, after it repatriated multiple employees with symptoms resembling a brain injury.
- Leaders from the Group of Seven meet in La Malbaie, Quebec, Canada to discuss issues facing their countries, including trade between the United States and European Union.
- A U.S. special forces soldier is killed and four others are wounded in an ambush by suspected al-Shabaab militants near the town of Jamame, Lower Juba, Somalia.
- A U.S. federal judge blocks until June 20 the release in Syrian Democratic Forces-controlled territory of a dual-nationality Saudi-American citizen alleged to have joined ISIL. The man, who is now held for nine months in Iraq, was planned to be released by the U.S. military - with a new cell phone, some food and water and $4,210 in cash, but with no identification - as soon as tomorrow.