Sterling sexism, campus sexual assault, Toyota leaves SoCal, New Yorker cartoons and more

A White House task force on sexual assault at college campuses issued new guidelines Tuesday, asking colleges to survey students about their experiences. The task force was headed by Vice President Biden's office and the White House Council on Women and G
Later this morning Vice President Joe Biden will announce new guidelines for how colleges deal with the issue of sexual assault.
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Donald Sterling's history of racism has been thrown in the spotlight since a taped conversation attributed to him came to light, ut there are many allegations that show he also has a long history of sexism.
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Toyota's move leaves Southern California with huge loss

Toyota has called Southern California home for more than 60 years. The company that advertises itself with "Let's Go Places"... Is going to Texas.
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Tuesday Reviewsday: Kelis, Sza and Asher Roth

It's time again for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. This week, music supervisor Morgan Rhodes is back with music, including some Future Soul.
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How TMZ's breaking news has changed the media landscape

When you hear the letters "TMZ", you make think of aggressive, paparazzi-style reports at the intersection of celebrities and scandal. However, over the years, they've also broken news that many mainstream outlets scrambled to get late or missed altogethe
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Why do racist words have more impact than racist actions?

The controversy around Donald Sterling's alleged remarks has shed light on the business of professional sports and the media itself.

Cell phone searches take center stage at Supreme Court

Tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court takes up a California case that could settle the question of whether police can search the contents of cell phones without a warrant.
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California's only mailman who delivers by boat

There’s a person in the eastern part of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta who’s a lifeline -- the only mailman in California who delivers by boat.
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The Donald Sterling controversy has raised questions about how nonprofit organizations vet their donors, and why the NAACP would have accepted money from Sterling, since this is not the first time he's been accused of racial discrimination.
The New Yorker has published 78,000 cartoons since its inception, and more than 14,000 of those were published under current cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff.
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