FCC chairman proposes new net neutrality rules

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A baseline level of service would be required but is not defined. The plan raises questions about who gets the final bill, and consumer advocates criticize it immediately.

Innocent man sentenced to year in jail after deputies planted gun, DA says

The D.A.'s office says one defendant pleaded no contest before investigators determined evidence was planted. It isn't clear how much time he served.

Ex-Blue Angels commander ousted amid lewd conduct allegations

The Navy says Capt. Gregory McWherter allowed 'and in some cases encouraged' sexually inappropriate misconduct.

 Dodgers' fans are at the end of their cable

Mass protests, advertiser boycotts, sit-ins and other actions have been suggested. Maybe silence would be best.

Mother of student who died in fatal bus crash sues for $100 million

The lawsuit is the first filed since the April 10 collision, which killed five students from high schools in Southern California.

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