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The new rules ban Internet providers from blocking and slowing down access to websites and applications or striking deals with content companies for priority delivery of traffic.
The House blocked legislation to "fast-track" trade deals through Congress as lawmakers defeated a related measure on aid to workers hurt by trade.
After stunning wins over two European superpowers, coach Juergen Klinsmann's "get-tough" policy of taking on the world's best appears to be vindicated.
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A Charlottesville woman died Thursday after she was going the wrong way on I-64 in Louisa County.
An accident Thursday afternoon tied up traffic on 29 South.
Jon Stokes has been selected as the interim replacement for Eric Strucko on the Albemarle School Board.
Democrats want a judge to strike down Virginia's photo ID law,
The Albemarle School Board members will get higher pay effective July 1st.
Charlottesville's Valley League Baseball Team earned their first win in franchise history.
The lawyers who represent former First Lady Maureen McDonnell have filed a new appeal.
Starting next month you'll be able to buy new music at the same time as the rest of the world.
The disgraced cycling star will still ride parts of this year's Tour de France for charity despite not feeling very popular in the world of sport.
The drummer, who faces up to seven years in prison, won't perform with the band in his adopted home of New Zealand.
This December marks what would have been the music legend's 100th birthday, but his hometown is starting the celebration early.
Young reformed his old band with Furay and Stephen Stills in 2010 but a planned tour was eventually scrapped.
UVA Economic Professor Ed Burton has examined a foreign trade package that's now pending in Congress.