- Hillary Clinton said a gun buyback measure similar to the one in Australia "would be worth considering" in America. (See more on this from Reason's Brian Doherty here.)
- Two Chicago police officers are under investigation for allegedly advertising a 14-year-old girl and possibly more teens for commerical sex.
- Oklahoma's attorney general said he won't seek any new executions during an ongoing investigation into how the state used the wrong drug during an execution in January.
- Basketball player and former Mr. Kardashian Lamar Odom is out of his coma; Odom was found unconscious at a legal brothel in Nevada earlier this week.
- A federal judge today continued to block an Arizona law requiring doctors to tell medical abortion patients that they can "reverse" the procedure.
- CNBC said it will limit the October 28 Republican presidential debate to two hours with commercials and allow opening and closing statements from candidates, after Donald Trump and Ben Carson threatened to boycott if the network didn't agree to their demands.
- Under pressure from a Christian morals group, Hyatt Hotels announced that it will stop offering porn on-demand in its hotel rooms.
- Big Pork gets its way.
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