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Mechanics of the Sony hack, LA police get body cameras, Gena Rowlands new leading role

LA's ambitious plan to outfit officers with body cameras, a threat against theaters that show Sony's 'The Interview,' and the return of actress Gena Rowlands.

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Keeping your credit safe for the holidays, D'Angelo, Border Patrol seeks female agents

Consumer security one year after the Target data breach, D'Angelo's first album in 14 years, Border Patrol wants to hire more female agents.

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Black effigies at UC Berkeley, more NFL controversy, big changes before big birthdays

Effigies of black lynching victims were found on the Berkeley campus over the weekend, sparking outcry from the public. Plus, UCLA study reveals milestone crisis, Kobe Bryant passes Michael Jordan on the NBA scoring list, all this and more.

Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru, on Thursday. A major sticking point remains over how to divide greenhouse emissions targets.

SoCal storm, Sony Pictures hack, climate change talks in Lima and more

A torrential storm is soaking Southern California, what residents can expect. Plus, talks at the U.N. Climate Change Conference seem to have stalled and researchers look for a new breed of cow that can survive drier conditions. All this and more.

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NFL's new conduct policy, labor conditions on Mexican farms, finding apartments in LA

The NFL's personal conduct policy for players, labor practices on Mexican farms and a gift guide for the auto nut on your list.

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Cities sue Uber, security guard violence, the Sony hack and politically sensitive films

District attorneys in Los Angeles and San Francisco sue Uber, shooting incidents by hired security guards, and ripple effects of the Sony hack.