News in Brief: September 29, 2015
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Today, Vin Diesel promises three more "Fast & Furious" movies, SMU coach Larry Brown is suspended, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:
News: Poll shows that Biden would enter 2016 race as most popular candidate
Joe Biden hasn't announced a 2016 White House bid plan yet, but a new poll shows that he would enter the race as the most popular presidential candidate if he chooses to run. According to the poll, 40 percent of Americans have a positive impression of Biden.
Entertainment: Vin Diesel promises three more 'Fast & Furious' movies
Vin Diesel promised for another trilogy of the "Feast & Furious" franchise. Release dates haven't been set yet, but Vin Diesel said he's focusing on finding a director for "Fast 8."
Tech: Here's how you can get paid delivering Amazon packages
Amazon Flex, a new e-commerce giant from Amazon, allows you to sign up and get paid between $18 and $25 per hour to make deliveries across your town.
Sports: SMU hit with 2016 postseason ban, coach Larry Brown suspended
The NCAA has banned the SMU men's basketball team from the 2016 postseason. Additionally, they have suspended the team's head coach, Larry Brown, for nine games of the team's 2015-2015 season.
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