Talk Back: Ebola outbreak
Was President Obama right to send U.S. troops and resources to Africa to battle the Ebola outbreak?
 Yes
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(Tell us why or why not?)
( Kristopher Skinner )
Cal could face Title IX suit over field hockey

Women's field hockey team at Cal has no practice or game facility, as previous field is being converted to a practice field for football; field hockey now practices twice a week at Stanford 
(Matt Rourke)
Comcast rolls out new mobile viewing features

New offerings will allow some customers to watch recorded content on their smartphones and tablets at home or on the road. 
Marine who caught Coliseum jumper being honored

A retired Marine who caught a woman as she jumped from the upper deck of a stadium following an Oakland Raiders game is among 22 people being honored with medals and cash from the Pittsburgh-based Carnegie Hero Fund Commission.  
(Gary Reyes)
Gruden: 'I'm not thinking of coaching'

Former Raiders coach Jon Gruden says he is not thinking about getting back into coaching.
 
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(Rich Pedroncelli/Associated Press)
Gov. Jerry Brown signs plastic bag ban and gun bill, vetoes three dozen others

Audrie's Law, a statewide plastic bag ban and a bill legalizing gun restraining orders win Gov. Jerry Brown's approval. Several proposed changes to the Political Reform Act were vetoed.  
Celebrities
(Matt Sayles)
New 'Twilight' episodes headed to Facebook

Stephenie Meyer and Kristen Stewart will help select female directors to make new shorts about “Twilight” characters. 
Spotlight
( Photo: Merrick Morton )
Review: 'Gone Girl' leaps successfully from page to screen

Anchored by blistering performances from Rosamund Pike as a beautiful wife who goes missing and Ben Affleck as her prime-suspect husband, 'Gone Girl' is as mesmerizing to watch as the book was to read.  

BUSINESS


( Andy Wong )
EU takes aim at Apple's tax deal in Ireland

Apple may have to pay vast sums of back taxes if the breaks granted to it by the Irish government are found to violate European law. 
( Photo: Merrick Morton )
Review: 'Gone Girl' leaps successfully from page to screen

Anchored by blistering performances from Rosamund Pike as a beautiful wife who goes missing and Ben Affleck as her prime-suspect husband, 'Gone Girl' is as mesmerizing to watch as the book was to read.  
(Matt Sayles)
New 'Twilight' episodes headed to Facebook

Stephenie Meyer and Kristen Stewart will help select female directors to make new shorts about “Twilight” characters.