FBI Warns U.S. Companies About Malware From Cyberattacks

(@SaTechie/Twitter)

Cyber security is becoming a bigger issue in a technologically advanced world.



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NSA Officials Objected Spying Program Before Snowden Spoke Up

(@dcexaminer/Twitter)

The NSA may be its own worst enemy.



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Keystone XL Pipeline Defeated By Senate

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The vote was a nail biter to the last second.



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NASA Rocket Explodes On Launch

(Twitter/@AC360)

Report shows that no one was injured in the explosion.



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Kim Jong Un Disappears From Media After Leg Injury

(Twitter/@Independent)

North Korean dictator expected to return to media within the next 100 days.



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Attorney Of Slain Bell Gardens Mayor Speaks On Behalf Of Wife And Son

Mayor Crespo and his wife (Twitter/@KTLA)

Wife and son of dead Mayor await district attorney's decision.



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20 Percent Of U.S. Workers Were Laid Off In Last Five Years

Unemployed individuals do not know where to turn once they have lost their jobs (Twitter/@HuffPostCanada).

Rutgers University discovers a new high of unemployment.



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Mass Shootings On The Rise According To FBI

FBI attempts to prevent a shooting like Sandy Hook Elementary from happening again (Twitter/@Politics_PR).

From Virginia Tech to Sandy Hook, the FBI delves deeper into the statistics behind mass shootings.



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D'Souza Dodges Prison Sentence

D'Souza pled guilty to campaign finance violation but serves no prison time (Twitter/@Circa).

Prison? How about a manageable fine instead?



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Independence Or Not, Scotland Has A Bigger Problem

Scotland's fight for independence takes on a new challenge (Twitter/@Time).

Scotland's desire for independence may have deeper implications.



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Audi To Test Self-Driving Cars On California Public Roads

If you see this car next to you, take a look inside, there may not be a driver (Twitter/@BI_Transport).

Audi and other automakers to release self-driving cars as early as 2020.



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Mayor Rob Ford Diagnosed With Rare Cancer

Mayor Ford suffers from rare abdominal cancer (Twitter/@BingBong).

The controversial Mayor must undergo intensive chemotherapy.



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Obesity Epidemic: Americans Continue Getting Fatter

Americans continue to gain inches around their waistline (Twitter/@NDTVCooks).

More than half of Americans are now obese according to new government study.



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Remembering 9/11

Two blue lights pierce the sky where the twin towers stood 13 years ago (Twitter/@CauseWereClassy)

Americans remember 9/11 as blue lights pierce the New York skyline.



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Union Achieves Minimum Wage Raise For LAUSD Workers

SEIU members protest in support of higher wages for L.A. service workers (Twitter/@SEIULocal99)

The SEIU was able to raise the minimum wage for L.A. schools’ service workers in early July. 



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Joan Rivers Dies At 81: Community Reacts

Joan Rivers' death follows death of fellow comidian Robin Williams (Twitter/@Dandelionnarry)



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Strikes Nationwide Over Minimum Wage

Fast food workers are protesting for higher wages in New York and other cities around the nation (Twitter/@citizenactionny)

Fast food workers are in an ongoing strike nationwide to raise minimum wage.



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Ebola Vaccine Tested On Two Women

Ebola vaccine is being tested on two women in a fast-tracked clinical trial (Twitter/@YahooNews)

The answer to the Ebola outbreak may be an experimental vaccine.



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Anti-Gay Marriage Ruling Upheld In Louisiana

Gay marriage supporters are outraged at recent Louisiana legislation (Twitter/@MiamiNewTimes)

A Louisiana federal judge rules in favor of a state ban against gay marriage.



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JP Morgan Targeted In Cyber Attack

Investigators look into hacking scandal at JP Morgan Chase (@abc6/Twitter).

FBI gets involved in investigation of JP Morgan Cyber Attack.



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Ebola Outbreak Causes School Closure In Nigeria

Medical workers getting ready to tread infected Ebola patients (Creative Commons/European Commission DG ECHO)

Schools in Nigeria remain closed until mid-October to combat Ebola outbreak.



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Tehrangeles: An Immigrant's Journey To Success

Reyhaneh Zamani speaks about being an Iranian immigrant in Los Angeles (Reyhaneh Zamani/LinkedIn)

Los Angeles is home to a large Iranian American population trying to live up to both sets of ideals



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Carnivore To Herbivore: The Vegan Starter Kit

Veganism can be a lifestyle change that makes a positive impact on your body and the environment (@Ruby_Roth/Twitter).

Veganism may seem daunting to some, but here are some tips to help you make that lifestyle change.



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