Net neutrality, North Korea, Uber: 5 things that happened Tuesday

President Donald Trump with first lady Melania Trump, right, and their son Barron Trump, pose for a picture after pardoning the National Thanksgiving Turkey Drumstick during a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. This is the 70th anniversary of the National Thanksgiving Turkey presentation. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Looking to get caught up on the news fast? Here are five things that happened Tuesday, covered by the local Sinclair stations you trust every day.

1. FCC proposes end of net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission proposed to end net neutrality; a move that would allow internet providers to favor certain sites or apps over others (rather than enabling all content to run at the same speed).

2. Trump defends Senate candidate Roy Moore

President Donald Trump seemed to defend Alabama's Roy Moore, arguing that despite numerous allegations of sexual assault against him, "you have to listen to" the Senate candidate.

3. U.S. slaps North Korea with sanctions

The U.S. slapped some North Korean and Chinese entities with sanctions in a move designed to disrupt the nation's funding of its nuclear missile program.

4. Uber conceals hack for a year

More than 50 million Uber users had their personal information stolen in a hack that the company kept under wraps for a year.

5. Trump pardons turkeys at White House

In a humorous ceremony, Trump kept with tradition and pardoned two Thanksgiving turkeys, Wishbone and Drumstick.

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