Yesterday,the Federal Communications Commission,the FCC,voted 3-2 to expand government control over the Internet in the US.
And it says it's using that control to keep the Internet as it is,to keep speeds and access to Web sites about even.
The rules won't take effect until this summer.
They can be challenged or reversed in court and the next president could let them go.
Supporters of the FCC decision say the Internet will stay open and not have private gatekeepers control speeds.
Openness say this opens the door to more government rules on the Internet in the future.
From the eastern part of The Empire State to Eastern Asia,it's time for the call of the Roll.
Centereach,New York is located on Long Island.
So is Dawnwood Middle School.
It's where The Cougars are in class today.
The West Coast,just west of Portland is where we found Beaverton High School in Beaverton,Oregon.
The Beavers are online.
And Bucheon is in the northwest part of South Korea.
It's great to see the students of Ilsen Middle School are watching CNN STUDENT NEWS.
It's no coincidence that the acronym for Seasonal Affective Disorder is SAD.
A psychiatrist first described it in 1984.
Mayo Clinic lists SAD,or S-A-D,as a type of depression.
It usually starts late in the fall or early in the winter and usually ends when the days get longer in spring and summertime.
Treating it can be as easy as laughing with your loved ones.
Even if you love the cold and winter sports,you've got to admit,this has felt like a long winter.
At least 12 million Americans suffer from something known as Seasonal Affective Disorder,or SAD.
The number is probably even higher than that.