8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Oct 29 2014

Sarah Hyland opened up about being a domestic violence survivor on The Meredith Viera Show.
Midterm elections are on Tuesday, and Google has an easy way to get informed about who's on your ballot.
Winter is coming, and we've got wardrobe essentials for every budget.
Your daily fit tip: Everything you ever wanted to know about the kettlebell, your new workout pal.
Meet Kye Allums, the first openly transgender athlete to play Division I sports in the NCAA.
A new Kickstarter for something called the NoPhone wants you to end your dependency on the smartphone.
Today in weird college classes: The History Channel is teaming up with the University of Oklahoma to offer the first TV network-branded online course for college credit. Meanwhile, the University of Pennsylvania is offering a class called "Wasting time on the Internet." Or, as I like to call it, "What I did in college for no credit."
The Fault In Our Stars author John Green is raising money for diverse books that incorporate non-majority narratives and characters.
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