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It’s been more than two months since earthquakes on Sept. 7 and 19 devastated central Mexico, killing hundreds and displacing thousands. Countless survivors are still looking for answers on just how their homes collapsed or on how to rebuild them. But in some cases, some are calling on authorities to file criminal charges.
President Trump’s call for a newly-designed border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border was one of his top campaign promises, and it was front and center again last week with the word that a Border Patrol agent had died in Texas.
The FCC is set to eliminate net neutrality in a few weeks. These rules currently require internet service providers to treat all online content the same. Supporters of net neutrality fear without it, those providers could charge some websites more, a cost that could then be passed on to the consumer.
Some of the small island countries damaged — or, in some cases, destroyed, by Hurricanes Irma and Maria — have started the rebuilding process. But, the devastation has left those countries in tatters, and vulnerable to future storms.