From the Wires

Los Angeles could ban feeding homeless people

MSNBC: The Los Angeles City Council is weighing a ban on feeding homeless people in public areas.

Energy drinks 'change' heartbeat

BBC: Energy drinks packed with caffeine can change the way the heart beats, researchers warn.

Amazon tests drone delivery

CNNMoney: In the not-too-distant future, Amazon deliveries could come by air directly to your doorstep.

Sriracha factory shut down over odors

Huffington Post: A judge ruled that the factory that manufactures Sriracha must partially shut down due to spicy smells.

Hollywood producer admits to being Israeli spy

Fox: Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan of "Pretty Woman" and "Fight Club" admitted that for years he served as an Israeli spy, buying arms and boosting its alleged nuclear program.

Bitcoin prices top $1000

Wired: The value of a Bitcoin is now $1,000, 11 months after it was worth only $10.

Milk costs could rise to $7 gallon

CNN: If the farm bill drags beyond Jan. 1, it could make milk prices soar to $7 a gallon.

Pope attacks capitalism as 'new tyranny'

Reuters: Pope Francis attacked unfettered capitalism as "a new tyranny" and beseeched global leaders to fight poverty and growing inequality.

Modern life turning people off sex

BBC: Money worries and the distractions of social media mean people are having sex less frequently, researchers say.

Morning after pill doesn't work for women over 176 lbs.

Mother Jones: European-made Norlevo, an emergency contraceptive identical to Plan B, is completely ineffective for women who weigh more than 176 pounds, and loses effectiveness at 165 pounds.

'Great Satan' strikes deal with 'Axis of Evil'

Reuters: The agreement will provide limited relief of sanctions on Iran in return for curbs to its nuclear program.

Amazon workers face mental illness risk

BBC: A BBC investigation into a UK-based Amazon warehouse has found conditions that a stress expert said could cause "mental and physical illness".

Dallas holds first JFK memorial

Reuters: United States President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas.