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4:04 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Water Main Break Dumps 10 Million Gallons Of Water, Flooding UCLA

Water cascades down a stairway to a parking structure adjacent to Pauley Pavlion, home of UCLA basketball.
Paul Phootrakul AP

A 90-year-old water main broke near the University of California, Los Angeles, on Tuesday, spilling 10 million gallons of water.

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Europe
3:09 am
Wed July 30, 2014

France's Nude Models Threaten To Strike

Originally published on Wed July 30, 2014 3:58 am

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Sports
2:58 am
Wed July 30, 2014

NCAA Head-Injury Settlement Includes $70 Million Medical Fund

Originally published on Wed July 30, 2014 3:58 am

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U.S.
2:56 am
Wed July 30, 2014

During Chicago's 1990s Crime Wave, A Rush To Judgment?

Originally published on Wed July 30, 2014 3:58 am

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Sports
2:37 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Korean Baseball Team Fills The Stands With Fanbots

Originally published on Wed July 30, 2014 3:55 am

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Middle East
2:30 am
Wed July 30, 2014

After War's Deadliest Day, Another U.N. School In Gaza Gets Hit

Originally published on Wed July 30, 2014 3:53 am

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Health
1:59 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Polio's Surge In Pakistan: Are Parents Part Of The Problem?

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Asia
1:59 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Former High-Ranking Official Under Investigation In China

Originally published on Wed July 30, 2014 3:58 am

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Shots - Health News
1:59 am
Wed July 30, 2014

California Pharmacists Resist Translating Medicine Labels

California's Board of Pharmacy is considering requiring all pharmacies in the state to provide bilingual labels on prescription medicines.
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Every Saturday morning, a steady stream of Chinese and Vietnamese patients line up at the Paul Hom Asian Clinic in Sacramento. Most of them speak little or no English.

Patient Assistance Director Danny Tao says people come here to get free medical consultations and drug prescriptions. But when patients take those prescriptions to be filled, he says, they don't understand the instructions on the label.

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Economy
1:59 am
Wed July 30, 2014

New York Skyscraper's Separate 'Poor Door' Sparks Outrage

Lower-income residents may find affordable housing hard to come by in Manhattan.
Seth Wenig AP

Originally published on Wed July 30, 2014 3:53 am

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration is under fire for signing off on a building plan that allows a new luxury high-rise on Manhattan's western edge to have a separate entrance for low-income residents.

About 20 percent of the units in the 33-story tower will be reserved for low- and middle-income residents. But all the affordable units will be grouped in one area, and those tenants will have to enter through a separate door.

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