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LA Selected as U.S. Candidate for 2024 Olympics

Los Angeles was selected Tuesday as the U.S. bid city for the 2024 Olympics. With Boston bowing out earlier this year, the LA City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a proposal to authorize Mayor Eric Garcetti to execute agreements related to the Olympic bid. The U.S. Olympic Committee later announced that it had selected LA as the United States candidate. "We all know the next two years are about fleshing out the details, but this is in our DNA," said Garcetti. "We know how to do Olympics, we know how to do them well, we know how to do them economically." Read »
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Dow Plunges Almost 500 Points After Bleak China Report

U.S. stocks plummeted Tuesday as continued signs of weakness in China and concerns about the Federal Reserve weighed heavily on investor sentiment. The major averages ended in correction territory, down nearly 3 percent after a failed attempt in the minutes prior to cut some losses. The Dow Jones industrial average closed about 470 points lower, off session after falling as much as 548 points. The Nasdaq composite wiped out gains for 2015, joining the other averages in the red for the year so far. "Today is just a continuation of last night's sentiment, plain and simple. Concerns continue to erupt about China's economy and the growth decline in energy and WTI today," said Ryan Larson, head of equity trading at RBC Global Asset Management (U.S.). Read »
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Friday, Aug 28, 2015 at 3:25 PM
 

People stared into the eye of the storm and refused to back down, and so Laura and I are in New Orleans to remind the country about what strong leadership means — and we're here to support the leaders.  

— Former President George W. Bush, marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a low point of his presidency, at a high school in New Orleans.
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Obama to Call for More Icebreakers in Arctic

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