Sterling charges, NFL injuries, veteran health, 'Think Like A Freak' and more

Donald Sterling, the owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, might be forced by the league's owners to sell his franchise.
This week the NBA charged Clippers owner Donald Sterling with damaging the league and its marketing partners. They're planning a hearing on June 3rd after which owners could vote to force him to sell the franchise.
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The Pentagon's chief space commander, Gen. William Shelton warned of the risk of conflict in space at a trade conference in Colorado Springs Tuesday. He also stressed the importance of ending reliance on Russian-made rocket engines.
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Scientists look to ecstasy to treat PTSD

Studies of MDMA — often called "ecstasy" or "molly" — suggest the drug could be a valuable tool for treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), researchers say.
The term "freak" has certainly been around for a while, you've got freak of nature, control freak, super freak. But in 2005 people started talking about another kind of freak, "Freakonomics."
A group of retired National Football League players have sued the league for its alleged use and promotion of pain killers.
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It's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky. They've covered sports for ESPN and Los Angeles Times.
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California has the nation's highest population of former service men and women at nearly 2 million, according to the Census Bureau.
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Do you really need apps to enjoy in the outdoors? No, but they can still be helpful. That's why we have apps to help you find campgrounds, trails and more.
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Bison cause problems at the Grand Canyon

Yellowstone National Park also has plenty of trails and it has long been home to the iconic bison, but since the late 1990s the animal has also made the Grand Canyon its home.
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Birds of prey across SoCal show sharp drop in breeding

Across Southern California, birds of prey are showing sharp declines in breeding. Many researchers believe the drought is a leading factor in the drop off of the raptors.
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Activist mother of missing man is killed in Mexico

Like many other mothers in Mexico, Sandra Luz Hernandez refused to give up looking for her son. Last week she was killed for her activism.
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Are English Learner services in public schools working?

The Department of Justice is looking into California's massive program to educate students who don't speak English as their first language. It's called the English Learner program.

Why advertisers are turning adjectives into nouns

Why are advertisers using adjectives as nouns? University of Delaware English professor Ben Yagoda says it's all about getting us to sit up and pay attention.
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