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Dylann Storm Roof, the man suspected of killing nine people at a church in South Carolina, has been arrested. Also, move over, Alexander Hamilton. A woman is coming to the $10 bill. Then, do you remember your first time? Your first time in Hollywood, that is.
A state court in the County of San Francisco has ruled Uber driver Barbara Ann Berwick is an employee, not a contractor. Also, Pope Francis is set to unveil his climate change statement Thursday, attributing most climate change to human activity and the use of fossil fuels. Then, as water supplies dwindle in California, politicians, activists, and average citizens all appear to be making an effort to conserve.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reviews a San Diego restriction on the right to carry concealed weapons outside the home. Also, the Federal Trade Commission has started to roll out rules regulating the domestic use of drones.What are our privacy rights? Then, the Centers for Disease Control has focused its microscopic sights on the bacteria and contaminants found in public swimming pools.
With Jeb Bush announcing his presidential candidacy today, how can candidates with family legacies demonstrate their individuality? Also, U.K. Scientist and Nobel Laureate Tim Hunt set off public outrage when he made blatantly sexist comments about women working in the field of science. Then, Secretary of State Alex Padilla is pushing for a major overhaul of how Californians cast ballots.
The head of the Spokane, Washington NAACP is in the hot seat after allegations that she has been misrepresenting her racial identity in her professional life. Also, what role should the FTC play in protecting the public from crowdfunding scams? Then, paleontologist and scientific advisor on “Jurassic World” breaks down fact and fiction.
Rupert Murdoch will be stepping down and is expected to appoint his son James as the next chief executive at 21st Century Fox. Also, the Los Angeles Unified School District board unanimously agreed to ease high school graduation requirements, no longer requiring a “C” grade or better in college prep classes. Then, new, smaller standards for carry-on luggage may be a new guideline for air travel.