8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Sep 30 2014

Behold: The world's most attractive double date, featuring Joe Manganiello, Sofia Vergara, Channing Tatum, and Jenna Dewan-Tatum. (PopSugar)
Your daily fit tip: The good news about this stress-buster? It's something you already do. The bad news: You probably need to do it more often.
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As the Occupy Central protests continue in Hong Kong, Chinese government officials in Beijing face the difficult choices of mass crowd control and capitulating to the pro-democracy movement's demands. (The New York Times)
California is the first state to enact a "yes means yes" law, which aims to eliminate the ambiguity in sexual assault investigations and the oft-misunderstood "no means no" refrain. (NPR)
Iceland will hold a conference on women and gender equality for men and boys only as part of the UN's #HeForShe campaign. Since the nation ranks first in gender equality, it will pair with bottom-ranked Suriname for this unconventional approach to educating males about the subject.
Students in Colorado are staging walkouts to protest attempts by a conservative-leaning board of education to alter the state's historical curriculum. The revised learning plan would avoid teaching instances of civil disobedience, which could include brave acts by Susan B. Anthony, Rosa Parks, and Martin Luther King, Jr. (CNN)
Let The New Yorker's first GIF cover trickle down your screen.
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Finally, National Honey Month is coming to a close today, and here's why you should care more about bees.
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