Tuesday, November 12, 2013

First Drip (11/12/13): Citizens Review Board to be reformed, 80 die by firing squad in N. Korea, more

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City Council will reform the way the Citizens Review Board functions after a Charlotte Observer investigation revealed the board had never ruled in a citizen's favor.

Despite being recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, NASCAR driver Trevor Bayne will continue to compete in races.

According to a South Korean newspaper, a firing squad executed 80 people in North Korea for watching foreign films.

By 2015 the U.S. will top Saudi Arabia as the world's largest energy producer, but experts don't expect the trend to continue past that year.

Listen to music on your Google Glasses.

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