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Daily News Uses Radar Gun to Monitor Cyclists in Central Park
Daily News Uses Radar Gun to Monitor Cyclists in Central Park

Daily News monitors cyclists speed in Central Park. Produced by Susan Watts

Wall Street Roiled by Hong Kong Protests
Wall Street Roiled by Hong Kong Protests

Occupy Central protests in Hong Kong have impacted global markets. MarketWatch's Sital Patel discusses the details with Simon Constable on the News Hub.

Ghani Inaugurated as Afghan President
Ghani Inaugurated as Afghan President

Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani, is sworn in at a ceremony in Kabul.

Why Refugees to Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut
Why Refugees to Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut

Detainees describe dismal conditions inside Greece's EU-cofunded immigration detention centers.

Gelatine "Bump" Label Could Change Food Packaging Industry
Gelatine "Bump" Label Could Change Food Packaging Industry

The World Bank has called it "shameful" - the amount of food thrown away every year. Estimates vary - some as high as 15 million tonnes in the UK alone. But design student Solveiga Pakstaite says she might have an answer to reducing this - and it's all in the label.

Gametime App Delivers Sports Tickets on iOS and Android
Gametime App Delivers Sports Tickets on iOS and Android

Gametime specializes in last-minute sports tickets on-the-go. CEO and Founder Brad Griffith talks major league tickets and funding.

Media, Industry Groups React to Calif. Plastic Bag Ban
Media, Industry Groups React to Calif. Plastic Bag Ban

California is the first state in the country to ban single-use plastic bags in grocery, liquor and convenience stores.

What Does Your Facebook Activity Say About You?
What Does Your Facebook Activity Say About You?

What kind of Facebook user are you and what does that say about you?  Psychotherapist and Author of “How to Be A Grown Up” Stacy Kaiser joins KTLA to analyze our activity on social media.

Central Park Pedestrians Want Cyclists to Slow Down
Central Park Pedestrians Want Cyclists to Slow Down

Park-goers urge cyclists to slow down days after collision death of a Connecticut mom.

U.S.-Led Airstrikes Benefit Syrian Kurds
U.S.-Led Airstrikes Benefit Syrian Kurds

The U.S.-led airstrikes against Islamic State aided besieged Syrian Kurds battling the extremist group in a strategic city on the Turkish border. WSJ's Felicia Schwartz reports.

Will Protests Harm HK Economy?
Will Protests Harm HK Economy?

China editor Carrie Gracie asks if Hong Kong's finance workers believe China's claim that protests will harm its economy.

A Slow Life Working Aboard Kenya’s Century-Old Train
A Slow Life Working Aboard Kenya’s Century-Old Train

There are 3,000 workers employed at the Nairobi Railway. They include conductors, engineers, janitors, and ticketing booth clerks. Though breakdowns and delays limit time off, and there’s no overtime pay, many say they wouldn't trade the job for anything.

U.S. Signs Pact to Keep Troops in Afghanistan Past 2014
U.S. Signs Pact to Keep Troops in Afghanistan Past 2014

Officials from Afghanistan and the United States on Tuesday (September 30) signed a long-delayed security agreement to allow American troops to stay in the country after the end of the year, filling a campaign promise by new President Ashraf Ghani. National security adviser Hanif Atmar and U.S. Ambassador James Cunningham signed the bilateral security agreement in a televised ceremony at the presidential palace, one day after Ghani was inaugurated.

Code42 Embraces BYOD
Code42 Embraces BYOD

Code42 is a data protection and management company embracing BYOD. CEO Matthew Dornquast, discusses data management and company outlook.

Is Secret Service Having More Blunders or Just More Leaks?
Is Secret Service Having More Blunders or Just More Leaks?

The consistency of Secret Service leaks now has a few people, including us, wondering what's driving them and who's behind them.

Mistrial Declared In Firefighter Assault Case Over Stray Cat Feeding
Mistrial Declared In Firefighter Assault Case Over Stray Cat Feeding

A mistrial was declared on Tuesday in the case of a Los Angeles firefighter accused of beating a woman who was feeding stray cats in his neighborhood.

Sports Talk: Jets Fall to Lions 24 - 17
Sports Talk: Jets Fall to Lions 24 - 17

The New York Jets fall victim to the powerful Detroit Lions in a 24 - 17 loss. Daily News' Manish Mehta and Seth Walder discuss.

Mon., Sept. 29: Watch DreamWorks Stock
Mon., Sept. 29: Watch DreamWorks Stock

DreamWorks and Tibco are among stocks to watch, and Dave & Buster's proposes a new IPO. MarketWatch's Sital Patel discusses with Simon Constable on the News Hub.

3D Printing Helps Make Drones Faster
3D Printing Helps Make Drones Faster

BBC Click looks at how 3D printing is being used in the manufacture of drones.

EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner
EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner

An entrepreneur in China dreams of ending global warming.

Syrian Kurds Continue Exodus Across Turkey's Border to Flee Fighting
Syrian Kurds Continue Exodus Across Turkey's Border to Flee Fighting

With a strong millitary presence, Turkey opens its borders for refugees fleeing Islamic State's assault in Syria. Soldiers aren't taking chances however, as they thoroughly search Syrian Kurds flocking to safer territory... tightening their grip on the frontier, and haulting the flow of foreign fighters trying to enter Syria. Armored vehicles now overlook the besieged Syrian border town of Kobani, but Turkish Prime Minster Ahmet Davutoglu says they need more international assistance:

Apple to Take Bite Out of Your Wallet
Apple to Take Bite Out of Your Wallet

Apple unveiled a slew of gadgets and introduced its mobile payments system.

Doctors Reassure Public Ebola Patient Won't Cause Outbreak
Doctors Reassure Public Ebola Patient Won't Cause Outbreak

After the announcement that the first U.S. patient had been diagnosed with Ebola, doctors were quick to say a U.S. outbreak is highly unlikely.

California Becomes First State To Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags
California Becomes First State To Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags

The nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic ban was signed into law by California Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday. The bill, which was authored by Democratic state Sen. Alex Padilla of Pacoima, will prohibit grocery stores and pharmacies from handing out single-use plastic bags starting on July 1, 2015, according to a news release.