Downtown Fire, 'Sons of Anarchy' Says Goodbye, and Sleepless in America

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We start with a look at the controversial history of an under-construction apartment complex in downtown L.A. that burned early this morning. Then, 50 years of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion: how was the venue a milestone for the city? In our weekly TV roundup, Sons of Anarchy airs its final episode this week. Next, an in-depth look at the consequences of a lack of sleep, which affects nearly half the country’s adult population. And finally, what went wrong in the failed hostage rescue mission in Yemen?

Banner Image: Los Angeles city firefighters battle a massive fire at a seven-story downtown apartment complex under construction in Los Angeles, California December 8, 2014. Over 250 firefighters battle the early morning blaze which shutdown two major freeways the Los Angeles Fire Department and California Highway Patrol said. REUTERS/Gene Blevins