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Ferguson protests: LAPD confirms 183 arrests overnight

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Chief Beck says there were 167 arrests for disturbing the peace and one for felony battery on a police officer. An additional 15 juveniles were cited for curfew violations.

EPA proposes new rules to curb ozone levels

The rules would lower the threshold for ozone from 75 parts per billion to between 65 ppb to 70 ppb. They are likely to be opposed by industry groups.

Justice Ginsburg has heart procedure, 'resting comfortably'

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the leader of the court's liberal wing, is 81 years old. Doctors inserted a stent in her right coronary artery to address a blockage.

Many young black gay men with HIV are not getting treatment

The strong stigma associated with HIV in the black community has led a number of young African-American men with the disease to ignore their diagnosis.

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A warning for Latin America's faltering economies

A woman waits for customers at a street market where she sells shoes in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Brazil and other Latin American economies have prospered by selling commodities and low-tech goods. But now many economies are struggling, and some point to the region's lack of high-tech and other cutting edge industries.

Latin economies thrived when prices for raw commodities soared. But with those prices down sharply, the region is hurting due to a lack of high-tech.

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Those phone-obsessed teenagers aren't as lonely as you think

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Teenagers may not need as much face-to-face interaction as earlier generations to feel connected. This may explain why a study finds they're not feeling as lonely.

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After 50 years, an Olympic medal dispute is resolved

Ronald And Vivian Joseph perform the "Death Spiral' on Oct. 26, 1963, at the World Championships. The International Olympic Committee announced this week that the Josephs, who originally placed fourth in the 1964 Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria, were in fact the bronze medalists.

The Olympic Committee recognized that American figure skaters Vivian and Ronald Joseph, who originally finished fourth, won the bronze at the 1964 Winter Games.