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world Live updates: UCLA at Colorado

Some injury updates: Offensive lineman Alex Redmond and Simon Goines are both going through warmups, but not with the first team. The starting offensive line appears to be the same as last week, which means Redmond and Goines still aren't ready to go.

22 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Five takeaways from the Clippers' 99-89 loss to the Trail Blazers

Here are five takeaways from the Clippers' 99-89 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday at Staples Center. It was the Clippers' final preseason game. Their regular-season opener is Thursday at home against Oklahoma City at 7:30 p.m.

24 minutes ago // ABC

world Top Israeli Minister: 'Crisis' in US Relationship

Top Israeli minister bemoans 'crisis' in relation with US after defense chief snubbed

24 minutes ago // BBC

world Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona

Real Madrid take the El Clasico honours as they beat arch rivals Barcelona in a captivating game at the Bernabeu.

25 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Obama stresses 'facts, not fear' over Ebola as rift emerges over quarantine

ACLU concerned by tough rules brought in over NY caseWoman in New Jersey tests negative but remains in isolationWHO: Ebola cases pass 10,000 markNY and NJ introduce tough new quarantine measures

26 minutes ago // UPI

world Palestinian-American teen killed by Israel Defense Forces

Danielle HaynesSILWAD, West Bank, Oct. 25 UPI -- U.S. State Department calls for investigation of shooting death of Palestinian-American teen by Israeli troops.

28 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Deputy slain 26 years to the day after father was killed

One of two deputies killed in a Northern California shooting rampage Friday was cut down 26 years to the day that his father, also a lawman, died in the line of duty.

31 minutes ago // BBC

world Lamont quits after role 'questioned'

Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont resigns saying senior party members had "questioned" her role amid the "serious challenges" faced by Labour in Scotland.

33 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world After hazing allegations, CSUN bans fraternity pledging

As Cal State Northridge investigates another possible hazing incident, the school has banned its 54 fraternities and sororities from all recruitment and pledging activities for new members possibly until the spring, officials said.

35 minutes ago // ABC

world Extremists Launch New Attack on Syrian Border Town

Fighters from Islamic State launch a new attack on northern Syrian town, clash with Kurds

39 minutes ago // BBC

world Leeds part company with boss Milanic

Championship side Leeds United part company with head coach Darko Milanic after just 32 days in charge.

40 minutes ago // Al Jazeera

world Lebanese army cracks down on 'ISIL suspects'

Raids and confrontations continue day after at least five people are killed in clashes starting in old market.

40 minutes ago // The Independent

world Ottawa shooting: 'Sergeant-at-Arms shot suspect at point-blank range after diving around pillar'

The terrorist who killed a Canadian soldier was shot dead around a pillar by Parliaments Sergeant-at-Arms as he hid in an alcove, it has emerged.

42 minutes ago // CBS

world Tragic coincidence in California police shooting

One of two deputies killed in shooting spree died 26 days after his father also gave his life in the line of duty

45 minutes ago // Newsvine

world IRAN: Acid attacks in Iran: A message for Rouhani?

"Propagating virtue and preventing vice" has always been a means by which fundamentalist Islamists have put pressure on women and stood against reform. Acid attacks are rare in Iran and if politically motivated they could be the most alarming message so far against R …

46 minutes ago // CBS

world Take a hike inside the San Andreas Fault zone

The grinding and shifting of tectonic plates in the California desert has created to some incredible scenery, which thousands of people enjoy each year

49 minutes ago // ABC

world Nanny of Venezuelan Ex-Minister Arrested in Brazil

Nanny of former Venezuelan foreign minister arrested in Brazil with revolver in briefcase

53 minutes ago // BBC

world IS forces 'pushed back' in Iraq

Kurdish and Iraqi forces say they have gained ground from Islamic State militants in northern Iraq and near Baghdad, amid intense US-led air strikes.

54 minutes ago // Boston Herald

world Rome protesters target plans to make firing easier

ROME Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Rome Saturday to protest against Premier Matteo Renzi's drive to make it easier to fire workers.Two noisy marches crisscrossed the heart of the Italian capital, snarling traffic for hours. Demonstrators cheered as CGIL labor confederation head Susanna Camusso promised more protests and strikes unless Renzi abandons efforts to give employers considerably more leeway to fire workers.

57 minutes ago // Fox News

world Nanny of former Venezuelan foreign minister arrested in Brazil with revolver in briefcase

Brazilian police say they arrested a nanny employed by Venezuela's former foreign minister as she tried to enter the country with a loaded .38 caliber revolver inside a briefcase.

1 hour ago // The Guardian

world Holder confirms federal recognition of gay marriages in six more states

Full federal benefits extended to same-sex unions Thirty-two states and DC now recognise such marriages Continue reading...

1 hour ago // New York Times

world Afghan Mullah Who Raped Girl in His Mosque Receives 20-Year Prison Sentence

Womens activists attending the packed proceedings hailed it as a victory because the mullah was successfully prosecuted under a 2009 law meant to fight violence against women.

1 hour ago // The Times of India

world New York police brand hatchet attack 'terrorist' act

A hatchet attack on New York police officers was a "terrorist act" carried out by a self-radicalized Muslim convert who had been in the military and browsed al-Qaida websites, police said on Friday.

1 hour ago // Newsvine

world Followers of Jediism are aiming to build a belief system that goes beyond the Star Wars films. But does it amount to a new religion?

Patrick Day-Childs, a 21-year-old video games journalist in Southampton, is a council member of the UK's Church of Jediism. The Church has 200,000 people around the world who are active online, he says, although not all are necessarily believers. Day-Childs first joined when he …

1 hour ago // NPR

world 'Near-Space Dive' Sets New Skydive Record, 25 Miles Above Earth

Google's Alan Eustace fell from an altitude of more than 135,000 feet, plummeting for some 15 minutes. The jump broke the record of 127,852 feet that Felix Baumgartner set in 2012.

1 hour ago // The Guardian

world Labour asks George Osborne to reveal when he knew about 2.1bn EU bill

Chris Leslie calls on Osborne to explain how long government has known about commission surcharge Continue reading...

1 hour ago // The Guardian

world Labour asks George Osborne to reveal when he knew about 2.1bn EU bill

Shadow minister Chris Leslie calls on chancellor to explain how long government has known about European Commission surcharge Continue reading...

1 hour ago // New York Times

world Rights Groups Condemn Iranian Execution

The execution of a woman in Iran who killed a doctor she said had tried to rape her was carried out Saturday despite international condemnation.

1 hour ago // Fox News

world Opposition parties reject ruling party's victory in Mozambique elections

Mozambique's opposition parties say they reject the victory of the ruling Frelimo party, alleging voter fraud in the southeastern African nation's elections.

1 hour ago // Los Angeles Times

world 'Monsters, Mummies and Mayhem' at Hollywood Museum

The Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building is getting its "Boo!" on for Halloween with its new exhibition "Monsters, Mummies and Mayhem: Your Worst Nightmares Comes to Life." The exhibition, which continues through Nov. 11, ranges from Hannibal Lecter's prison cellblock from...

1 hour ago // The Telegraph

world Ukraine war hero fights election from Russian psychiatric ward

Ukraine's first female combat helicopter pilot runs for parliament despite being held in secure psychiatric unit in Russia

1 hour ago // MSNBC

world Shock, Tears and Anger: Families of Victims Grieve by Bedsides

A student gunman killed himself and another student, and injured four others in a shooting at a Washington school Friday.

1 hour ago // Al Jazeera

world Egypt declares state of emergency in Sinai

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi issues order after 31 soldiers were killed in gun and bomb attack in the country's north.

1 hour ago // The Telegraph

world Rolling Stones kick off Australian tour seven months after postponement for death of L'Wren Scott

"We're sorry we kept you waiting," jokes Mick Jagger, as Rolling Stones play postponed Adelaide concert of Stones on Fire tour seven months after death of L'Wren Scott

1 hour ago // BBC

world Scots Labour needs 'real discussion'

Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont says her resignation will enable the party to have a "real discussion" about its future.

1 hour ago // CBS

world Why being second in charge may be best

Consiglieri: Leading From The Shadows" examines why all leaders need a smart, competent second in command. Author Richard Hytner joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why being number two may be more important than being on top. Take the consiglieri quiz here.