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GM Recalls 368,000 Vehicles To Fix Windshield WipersGeneral Motors is recalling nearly 368,000 vehicles to fix a defective part that could prevent the windshield wipers from working.
Facebook Reduces Role Of Editors, News Outlets For ‘Trending Topics’ After Charges Of Liberal BiasAfter being accused of suppressing conservative views, Facebook is reducing the role of "human judgement" in its Trending Topics feature.
Horse, Groomers Test Positive For Methamphetamine At Golden Gate FieldsA thoroughbred horse and two groomers tested positive for methamphetamine at the Golden Gate Fields race track.
Facebook Temporarily Went Offline And It's Unclear WhyThe social media network Facebook was down Friday afternoon.
Twitter Reportedly Working On Keyword Filter To Curb HarassmentLooking to curb online abuse, Twitter is reportedly working on tool that will let users filter out tweets that could be harassing or offensive.
Berkeley Council Approves $15 Minimum Wage By 2018The Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Friday to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 in two years.
Billionaire Richard Branson Survives Bike CrashThe Virgin Group boss hit a hump in the road on Virgin Gorda, one of the islands in the Caribbean, catapulting him into the road...
Feds Propose Electronically Slowing Down Speeding Big Rigs It's an experience most drivers on I-5 know all too well -- a big rig truck roaring by, traveling in access of the posted speed limit.
California May Offer State-Run IRA For Private-Sector EmployeesCalifornians whose employers don't already offer a way to prepare for retirement would be automatically enrolled in a state-run savings plan under a bill advancing in the Legislature.
EpiPen Manufacturer Offers Discount Coupons After Backlash Over 400% Price HikeAfter a furor over what appears to be price-gouging, the drug maker of life-saving EpiPen Auto-Injectors is offering discounts to patients who use them.
Beauty Salons Illegally Offering Alcohol Hope To Be Law AbidingA state bill approved by the assembly last year would make it easier for salons to provide free booze to customers. But some people are urging the governor to veto it.
North Korea Launches Netflix-Type Service Called 'Manbang'North Korea has developed its own version of Netflix, which can stream video titles offered by the country's state-controlled intranet.

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