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No Chances: Army to Quarantine Troops Back From Ebola Zones

October 27, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

Soldiers coming back from serving in Ebola-hit Liberia will be kept in quarantine for 21 days, the U.S. Army said Monday.

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Ebola Nurse Will ‘Understand’ Her Quarantine, Gov Says

October 27, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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The nurse who has been quarantined at a New Jersey hospital after treating Ebola patients will be released this afternoon and even though she said that she felt her human rights were being violated, Gov. Chris Christie thinks “when she has time to reflect, she’ll understand” why she was held in spite of being asymptomatic.

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Watch: West Point Allegedly Lured High School Football Players with Alcohol, Women and VIP treatment

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The army football team is under fire amid allegations of multiple NCAA rules and military disciplinary code violations.

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5-Year-Old Boy Being Tested for Ebola at NYC Hospital

October 27, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments
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A 5-year-old boy is under observation at New York City???s Bellevue Hospital this morning after experiencing a 103-degree fever after returning home from Guinea Saturday, prompting Ebola concerns, officials told ABC News.

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Colorado Man Vanishes at Stadium During Broncos Game

October 27, 2014 Featured, News No Comments
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Denver Police don’t suspect foul play — but family and friends mystified.

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US Embassy in Moscow Faces Cold War-Era Harassment

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Officials plagued by punctured tires, hacked emails and mysterious break-ins.

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ISIS Releases New Propaganda Video With British Hostage

October 27, 2014 Featured, News, Video No Comments

The terror group ISIS has released another propaganda video featuring British hostage John Cantlie, a photographer kidnapped in 2012.

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Pistorius Prosecutor to Appeal Conviction and Sentence

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The prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius trial has indicated he will appeal the Blade Runner’s conviction of culpable homicide instead of murder, and appeal his 5-year prison sentence, which means he could be released to house arrest after 10 months.

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African Boys Attacked, Called ‘Ebola’ at NYC School

October 27, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

An advocacy group says the attack is just the latest incident of disrespect and bullying of Africans since the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa.

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None of the Above: Voters Are Holding Their Noses at the Polls

October 27, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

Some newspaper endorsements are giving voice to voters’ frustration at choosing between two candidates they don’t like.

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    • Toobin and Caplan support Maine judge ruling against Kaci Hickox quarantine October 31, 2014
      As part of a day which saw a judge reject the forced quarantining of Kaci Hickox, on Friday evening Anderson Cooper invited legal and medical experts Jeffrey Toobin and Arthur Caplan to react to the ruling. "It tells you that the judge really read the papers in front of him," noted Toobin, who stressed the […] […]
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      Just hours after police captured accused cop killer Eric Matthew Frein, Thursday evening saw Anderson Cooper welcome Patrick Bresnan in search of firsthand insight and perspective. A documentarian, Bresnan worked with Frein on the film "Vietnam Appreciation Day," and vividly remembers the former fugitive as being an arrogant outlier: "He defin […]

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