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Congressmen Adam Schiff and John Campbell talk about where they stand on Syria intervention; a hotshot firefighter is documenting the battle against some of the country's biggest wildfires using Instagram; how Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's ambitious plans for education, energy, taxes and the drug war have been panning out; and author Jeff Guinn reveals how a young Charlie Manson became infamous murderer Charles Manson.
White House won't come after states that legalize pot; Why pandas in captivity are often 'reproductively incompetent'; Friday Flashback: Syria, immigration reform, Obamacare and more; Labor Day Travel: What to do if your flight is delayed; Zimmer calls for details on LAUSD's arts plan, plus much more.
Why Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons is spurring US action; Fast-food workers unite in nationwide protest for higher wages; Wal-Mart to extend insurance benefits to employees' domestic partners; Ask Emily about Obamacare: What happens when you turn 26?; How technology makes it easier to get caught in a lie; Low water deliveries from Mexico hurt Texas farmers, plus much more.
Judge to rule on San Bernardino's bankruptcy eligibility; Arizona hot shot crew heads to Idaho to battle wildfires; Desert tortoise conservation center in Nevada to close; Sports Roundup: Aaron Hernandez, Lamar Odom, and more
How likely is US intervention in Syria?; Rim Fire continues to inch toward Yosemite's giant sequoia groves; New project looks at the reasons the cost of college has skyrocketed; Burning Man: A great place to met a venture capitalist?; Trader Joe's sues Canadian 'Pirate' reselling items in Vancouver; Ranking colleges based on their social responsibility, plus much more.