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    Talk Back: Stock market
    Do the wild fluctuations of the stock market make you concerned about the economy?
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    Slaying prompts counties to cooperate with ICE

    Two months after Kate Steinle's death at the hands of an illegal immigrant with a criminal record ignited a national debate about immigration policy, four of the Bay Area's most populous counties have agreed to notify ICE when inmates flagged by the agency for possible deportation are about to be released.

    Ballistics expert calls fatal shot accident

    Third-grade teacher photographed suspicious man walking from pier slaying

    Debate over California's 'sanctuary city' muddles definition  

    ( Karl Mondon )
    Timmy's time with Giants may already be over

    San Francisco Giants' pitcher Tim Lincecum having a difficult time recovering from hip, back soreness; right-hander might not pitch again in 2015, and he will be a free agent after this season. 
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    State's death penalty could meet its end

    In a case that may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, a federal appeals court on Monday will review a ruling last year declaring California's "dysfunctional" death penalty law unconstitutional because of systemic delays in a state with more than a quarter of the nation's condemned inmates. 
    Who owns your digital afterlife?

    As tech companies and estate lawyers battled this summer over who gets the keys to our digital data after we die, the father of bestselling novelist Marsha Mehran sued Google searching for her lost works and clues to her tragic death. 
    BAY AREA NEWS
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    California death penalty could meet its end with appeals case

    In a case that may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, a federal appeals court on Monday will review a ruling last year declaring California's "dysfunctional" death penalty law unconstitutional because of systemic delays in a state with more than a quarter of the nation's condemned inmates. 
    Celebrities
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    VMAs: Nicki Minaj fires back at Miley Cyrus

    After winning award for 'Anaconda,” Minaj challenges Cyrus, who responds by seemingly blaming the media for feud. 
    SPORTS
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    Exclusive: Lincecum talks about injuries that may end Giants career

    San Francisco Giants' pitcher Tim Lincecum having a difficult time recovering from hip, back soreness; right-hander might not pitch again in 2015, and he will be a free agent after this season. 
    BUSINESS
    New light bulbs offer alternative to LEDs, CFLs

    Startup company has created an induction light bulb for consumers that promises the familiar shape and light color of incandescents but with longer life and far better efficiency. 
    (Tribune News Service)
    Bunny nibbling at flower garden

    A reader has tried everything to keep a pesky rabbit from eating the flowers, but there is hope. 
    (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)
    VMAs: Nicki Minaj fires back at Miley Cyrus

    After winning award for 'Anaconda,” Minaj challenges Cyrus, who responds by seemingly blaming the media for feud.