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A look at local judicial races, layoffs in the biggest tech companies, the best horror flicks to binge this weekend

Published October 28, 2016 at 9:00 AM PDT
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A look at the judicial candidates and how the system works, Some of the biggest names in tech are shrinking their workforces, the best Halloween movies to binge on.

Why do we elect some judges and not others? That, and other questions about your November ballot.
For years, California's 49th district has been seen as a pretty unassailable Republican stronghold. But this election year, a lot has changed.
Every month Take Two contributor Mark Jordan Legan stops by with a curated list of the best things to stream on the web. This month, in honor of Halloween, he offers a particular creepy list!
Twitter is laying off 9 percent of its workforce, Google has halted the expansion of its fiber optic service Fiber and Apple had its first decline in annual sales since 2001.
The app-based service lets drivers rent Chevy and Cadillac cars by the hour at 24 locations
"The billowing of the sails moved from diamonds to the curves of a woman's body. And it was really a tremendously erotic experience."
The car, which the students plan to test next year, is designed to top 70 miles per hour and it contains no back-up power source.
Get your tickets now, because Danny Elfman says this special performance of "The Nightmare before Christmas" won’t be an annual thing.
The California missions are some of the oldest structures in California. As a result, there are some pretty spooky tales surrounding them.
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