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The decision came days after a U.S. district judge suspended the law. Plus, officials now say the California pipeline that caused last week's oil spill may have been impacted by a ship's anchor months ago, hiring again slowed down dramatically last month, NASA temporarily stops sending signals to its Mars missions and Comic Con returns to New York City.


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