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What we know so far about the attack in London, on the one year anniversary of Brussels

LONDON (AP) - A vehicle mowed down pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge, killing at least one woman and leaving others with injuries described as catastrophic.
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Mayor Garcetti, former ICE agent weigh in on Special Order 40, LAPD Chief’s comments on drop in crime reporting among Latinos

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signed an executive order expanding the LAPD's ban on stopping people suspected of being in the country illegally.
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Sierra snowpack overload: LADWP preps for Owens Valley flooding

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti this week declared a state of emergency for areas near the L.A. Aqueduct.
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Explaining the TSA's laptop ban for travelers from several Middle Eastern and African countries

The Department of Homeland security has new requirements for passengers on some airlines from several Middle Eastern and African countries.
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Ride into the Sun: The science and cultural history of eclipses

Scientists and people living in North America are abuzz over the total solar eclipse that’s expected to take place on August 21 this year. It’s the first total sun eclipse to happen in continental US since 1979.

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Intersex author Hida Viloria embraces being ‘born both’

Being intersex is about as common as being born with red hair.
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Dueling law professors analyze the Neil Gorsuch confirmation hearing

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is facing the Senate Judiciary Committee for an initial round of questioning that is expected to last at least 10 hours today.
Mirosoft's New X-Box Holds Midnight Sales Launch In New York's Times Square

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How video games may be affecting young men's path to the job market

Playing video games is a more mainstream hobby than it's ever been before. But while more and more people mark themselves as gamers, one the medium's largest demographics remains adolescent men.
President Trump Meets With House Republicans During Their Weekly Party Conference

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Analyzing GOP’s revised ACA replacement bill’s chance of gaining passage

Late Monday night, House Republicans unveiled a revised ACA replacement bill in the hope of swaying skeptical moderate and conservative Republicans.
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The ethics of ‘Right-to-try’ in California – exploitation or hope?

In 2017, California became one of 33 U.S. states to adopt a popular yet highly contested ‘right-to-try’ law. Right-to-try was created to allow terminally ill patients to try to access experimental therapies that haven’t been fully approved by the FDA.