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Evening Update Mon Nov. 16

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An L-A County Supervisor says not enough has been done by the Department of Toxic Substances to speed the clean-up of homes contaminated by the Exide battery Plant.

Climate change could push more than 100-Million people into extreme poverty by 2030.

The Veterans Administration is focused on getting the homeless into housing.

A new report gives poor marks for diversity in leadership positions at major college football schools.

The New York Attorney General says two fantasy sports sites are actually illegal gambling operations.

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