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Governor Jerry Brown signed the Homeowner Bill of Rights into law on Wednesday, making California home to some of the toughest protections in the country after years of lagging behind other states. He said the new law should also make it easier for homeowners struggling to renegotiate their mortgages once it takes effect in January.
More than 100,000 people have invaded San Diego for Comic-Con 2012. There's no question the convention has arrived in popular culture, wearing tights and a cape no less. Some old timers are put off by the Hollywood glitz, but the family of fans has expanded -- and there's no going back to the days of quiet geeks poring over a handful of tables. [Correction: "The Avengers" movie is based on a series published by Marvel, not DC Comics] Reporter: Erik Anderson
Our series on volunteers in California continues with Ilahn Sadri, a bartender from San Francisco who fills grocery baskets with pre-packaged food for seriously ill people at Project Open Hand. Reporter: Andres Torrez
End Music: "Los Ejes de me Carreta" performed by Viviana Guzman and Anibal Corniglio from "Argentine Music" (Syren Productions).