Voters Will Decide On Charter Amendments 1 And 2

L.A. voters will determine whether or not to approve Charter Amendments 1 and 2, which would shift city elections from odd to even years so that they would coincide with state and national races.



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Typhoon Hagupit Hits The Philippines

Another devastating typhoon sweeps through the Philippines. 



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Missing Brains Found In San Antonio

The mystery of 100 missing brain specimens has been solved.



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New Jersey Looks At 'Yes Means Yes'

"Yes means yes" brings a shift toward affirmative consent in sexual assault cases.



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Norovirus Infects Cruise Ship Bound for L.A.

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Passengers and crew memebers on the Crown Princess report symptoms of norovirus.



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Workers Trapped In Scaffolding At World Trade Center Building

Law enforcement is trying to rescue the two workers dangling off the nation's tallest building.



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11 Women Die In India After Sterilization

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Eleven women have died and 62 have been hospitalized after sterilization surgery at a government-run health clinic in India.




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Kenyan Wins N.Y.C. Marathon And Earns Title

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One Kenyan man wins the race and the title.



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Shots Fired In Canada's Parliament Hill

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Canada's capital faces attacks by a gunman, wounding two.



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Cruise Ship Ebola Tests Come Back Negative

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Testing on a Texas health worker on board a cruise has come back negative for Ebola.



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Bear Attacks 9-Year-Old In A China Zoo

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A boy loses his arm after trying to feed a bear at the zoo.



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Apple Has More Surprises To Release

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Apple has a few new surprises for us to bite into.



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Health Worker In Texas First In U.S. To Contract Ebola

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A health worker in Texas becomes the first person to contract Ebola in the U.S.



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First U.S. Ebola Patient Dies In Dallas Hospital

Thomas Eric Duncan died of Ebola this morning in Dallas

Dallas hospital announces the death of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first U.S. patient diagnosed with Ebola.



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Hackers Steal $100 Million From Microsoft and U.S. Military

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Four hackers accused of stealing helicopter and war gaming software.



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Riots In Ferguson After Michael Brown Memorial Burned

Michael Brown's memorial was burned down to ashes. (@ComplexMag / Twitter)

Five people were arrested and two officers were injured as tensions erupted in Ferguson, Mo. 



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