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The best course for net neutrality

Reclassifying broadband as a utility offers up another unwanted outcome: litigation. That’s because the courts have repeatedly upheld the FCC’s existing authority to address net neutrality concerns.

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Andres Oppenheimer: Chile’s economy is down, but far from out

SANTIAGO, Chile — This country, which has long been Latin America’s economic star, has seen its economic growth fall from 5 percent average in recent years to a projected 1.9 percent this year. But President Michelle Bachelet sounded pretty confident during an interview that things will get “somewhat better” in 2015, and much better in 2016.