News in Brief: October 2, 2015

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Today, Oregon shooter targeted Christians, Hulk Hogan scores massive victory in sex tape lawsuit, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: Oregon shooter targeted Christians

  • The gunman who shot and killed nine people at an Oregon college campus on Thursday was believed to have been targeting Christians.

Entertainment: Hulk Hogan scores massive victory in sex tape lawsuit

  • On Thursday, a judge ruled to keep over a dozen documents sealed that were produced by Gawker media. This dealt with Hulk Hogan's sex tape lawsuit, but the ruling was a huge victory.

Tech:Self-driving taxis are hitting the roads in Japan very soon

  • Robot Taxi, a Japanese company, aims to commercialize self-driving cars for everybody's use. They are aiming to provide a service that will help people move around even if they don't own one of the one of the robot cars.

Sports: Hurricane Joaquin could cause havoc with MLB playoff picture

  • The MLB is already reviewing the possibilities with the storm threatening to bring a soaking rain to the East Coast.

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