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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 2/26/15 *** The Federal Communications Commission votes today on historic rules to protect an open Internet. Earlier this month, after receiving a record number of public comments, FCC Chair Tom Wheeler proposed reclassifying the Internet as a "telecommunications service" under Title II of the Communications Act. The new rules would prevent Internet service providers like Comcast from blocking access to websites, slowing down content or providing paid fast lanes for Internet service. The FCC is expected to pass the rules, setting up a showdown with Republican lawmakers and telecom companies *** Two U.S.-led coalition airstrikes have reportedly killed over three dozen people in Iraq, including at least 20 civilians. Hospital sources told Reuters a strike near the Syrian border killed nine civilians and 17 Islamic State militants, while a separate bombing west of Baghdad killed 11 civilians and six militants *** In northern Bolivia, thousands of people have been displaced by historic floods after the Acre River overflowed its banks. Footage from the area shows residents paddling in boats through flooded streets. Vice President Álvaro García Linera spoke during a visit to the region *** *** More tomorrow

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