News in Brief: October 14, 2015

Khloe Kardashian By Lamar Odom's Side as He Fights for His Life

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Today, Clinton's debate showing may spell trouble for Biden, Lamar Odom is fighting for his life, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: Clinton's debate showing may spell trouble for Biden
  • U.S. Vice President Joe Biden faced an altered political dynamic on Wednesday after Hillary Clinton reasserted her command of the Democratic Party race during a debate that may have left little room for him to run.
Entertainment: Lamar Odom is on a respirator and is 'fighting for his life'
  • Former NBA player and reality television star Lamar Odom was reported to be on a respirator and fighting for his life in a Las Vegas hospital on Wednesday after being found unresponsive at a Nevada brothel.
Tech: Twitter has huge layoff, employees tweet their best reactions
  • Following the take over of newly appointed CEO Jack Dorsey, Twitter went through some major restructuring that led to the layoff of 336 employees, which constitute roughly 8% of the company's workforce.
Sports: Cubs make it to NLCS for 1st time in 12 years
  • When it was over, Anthony Rizzo jumped around Wrigley Field and hugged everyone in sight. The moment was in his grasp, and he was determined to hold onto it for as long as possible.
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