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State prison officials will no longer be allowed to impose inmate lockdowns based on race under a new legal settlement.
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In 1988, the Soviets were about to leave Afghanistan. But first, they sent an Afghan astronaut into space. Back on Earth, he's a hero -- but not for long.
Getting ready for Nov. 4? Still unsure about some of the props and races? This might help.
Cy Musiker and David Wiegand share their picks for great events around the Bay Area this week.
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- Chaldean Catholic Leader Suspends Priests Who Fled Iraq
- California Hospitals Adapt to Evolving Ebola Care Guidelines
- Poll: Voter Enthusiasm Low for Midterm Election
- Campaigns Measure Turnout Pulse with Early Voting Data