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    Talk Back: NFL arrests
    Has the NFL's handling of recent arrests of players for domestic violence altered your view of the league?
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    (Tell us why or why not?)
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    Roadshow: With California's riches, why are roads so poor?

    Potholes, congestion cost state drivers $44 billion a year. 
    ( Dan Honda )
    10 Million in iPhone sales just the beginning for Apple

    Consumers have already snapped up more than 10 million of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and the phones' big screens will likely lead to big sales for Apple for the rest of the year.  
    (ANDA CHU)
    Backyard pools losing appeal in some parts of Bay Area

    Although backyard swimming pools are as popular as ever in some cities, pool contractors elsewhere say business is slowing as the drought continues. 
    BAY AREA NEWS
    (Ben Nelms / CP)
    Count finds threatened otters holding steady

    Officials say an annual review of California's threatened sea otters has found their population seems to be holding steady but remains low enough to remain on a federal watch list.  
    Celebrities
    ( TIMOTHY A. CLARY )
    Emma Watson delivers powerful speech on feminism

    The 'Harry Potter' actress questions why women's rights has become so polarizing in a United Nations Speech in New York over the weekend. 
    SPORTS
    ( Stephen Dunn )
    Giants outlast Dodgers in 13th

    San Francisco Giants beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-2 in 13 innings to gain a game on L.A. in the National League West race. 
    BUSINESS
    Wolverton: Apple iOS 8's a great update, but still needs some tweaks

    I’ve been impressed with iOS 8, Apple’s newly updated operating system for iPhones and iPads, but after spending more time with it, I’ve become more attuned to some of its flaws and shortcomings. 
    ( TIMOTHY A. CLARY )
    Emma Watson delivers powerful speech on feminism

    The 'Harry Potter' actress questions why women's rights has become so polarizing in a United Nations Speech in New York over the weekend.