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Billionaire Marc Lore outlines how he will build the inclusive, Utopian desert city Telosa

Billionare Marc Lore wanted to be a farmer as a kid – growing something from nothing. Now, he's trying to do just that with a Utopian city of Telosa.       

Volunteers in sky watch migrant rescues at sea

With the help of a plane, activists look for migrants in distress fleeing Libya. (Oct 17)       

Jail safety rules are effectively meaningless in Indiana due to state's inaction, investigation shows

Since 2010, the state of Indiana has allowed 84% of jails to repeatedly violate safety standards, including crowding and understaffing.       

Social media exposes police brutality, but doesn't always lead to actual change, advocates say

Videos and their dissemination are an increasingly important part of social activism. But policy changes can be a different ballgame.       

Lawsuit over Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' rally has crippled white supremacist groups, leaders

A lawsuit against the organizers of the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville has already damaged defendants before trial.       

Diverted planes, delays at Reagan National Airport after American Airlines plane blows tires

Reagan National Airport shut down 2 of its 3 runways after an American Airlines plane, operated by Republic Airways, blew its tires upon landing.       

AP Top Stories October 16 P

Here's the latest for Saturday October 17th: Biden remembers fallen police officers; Slain history teacher remembered in France, Afghans bury victims of suicide bombing; NASA rocket takes off towards Jupiter       

Real life Squid Games? Korean culture takes center stage at non-lethal events.

Fans of Netflix's hit show "Squid Game" are joining real life reenactments of the show. But some are about highlighting Korean culture, not death.       

Today in History for October 17th

Highlights of this day in history: Arab oil embargo fuels energy crisis; Americans clinch revolutionary victory at Saratoga; Deadly quake hits northern California; Mobster Al Capone convicted of tax evasion; Playwright Arthur Miller born. (Oct. 17)       

Company sued for allegedly funneling 4.8 million scam robocalls to Indiana residents

Startel Communication allegedly worked with companies in California to flood residents with automated calls from India, the Philippines and Singapore.       

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