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New York officials work to maintain calm after emergence of first Ebola patient   - 3 Hours ago
© Kena Betancur/ A man shows the front page of a local newspaper while reading in the subway on October 24, 2014 in New York City. NEW YORK—A doctor being treated for Ebola received experimental
  
    



Tribune Chronicle hosts Make a Difference Day   - 5 Hours ago
WARREN, Ohio (WYTV) -Hundreds of volunteers spread across Trumbull County Saturday to help others in their hometown. It was all part of the 14th annual Make a Difference Day sponsored by the Tribune
  
    




U.S. women beat Mexico to qualify for World Cup 20 hours ago   - 3 Hours ago
United States midfielder Carli Lloyd (10) is congratulated by teammates after scoring against Mexico on a penalty kick during the first half of a women's World Cup Qualifier soccer match at PPL Park.
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Ben Bradlee teaches Bob Woodward how to use The Washington Post iPad app   - 5 Hours ago
Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee reveals the wonders of The Post’s iPad app to Watergate reporter Bob Woodward in this 2010 ad. “ ” is categorized as “us”. This video was licensed from Grab
  
    



Washington Post beats the war drums for widening US attack on Syria and overthrowing   - 5 Hours ago
Two articles in Friday's Washington Post reporting chemical weapons attacks in Iraq and Syria are part of a general propaganda campaign by the mainstream media to turn the operation against the Islamic
  
    



James Foley Beaten, Waterboarded and Starved Prior to Beheading, According to New   - 5 Hours ago
A screen grab from the ISIS video shows James Foley moments before he was beheaded (YouTube) “The person who suffered the cruelest treatment, the former hostages said, was Mr. Foley,” says the Times
  
    


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NY Post: Scared Hospital Workers Take an Ebola 'Sick-Out'   - 7 Hours ago
number" of frightened Bellevue Hospital workers have taken a "sick-out," including one woman who even tried faking a stroke to get out of being exposed to Ebola, after Dr. Craig Spencer was quarantined
  
    



Mosiman credits CPA experience as better fit for state auditor [Ames Tribune, Iowa   - 17 Hours ago
Oct. 25--While a licensed certified public accountant background is not required, Republican state auditor Mary Mosiman said the experience makes for a better candidacy in the upcoming election for the
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California Marine is first soldier to die in Iraq on U.S. mission against IS The   - 8 Hours ago
The Pentagon on Friday reported the first death of a U.S. soldier in Iraq in its new mission to combat Islamic State militants who have seized large areas of Iraq and Syria.  Marine Lance Corporal
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Law Lets the I.R.S. Seize Accounts, No Crime Required The New York Times   - 8 Hours ago
© Angela Jimenez for The New York Times Carole Hinders at her modest, cash-only Mexican restaurant in Arnolds Park, Iowa. Last year tax agents seized her funds. ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa — For
  
    



Law Lets I.R.S. Seize Accounts on Suspicion, No Crime Required The New York Times   - 8 Hours ago
© Angela Jimenez for The New York Times Carole Hinders at her modest, cash-only Mexican restaurant in Arnolds Park, Iowa. Last year tax agents seized her funds. ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa — For
  
    



Giants suddenly in unfamiliar situation at World Series USA Today Sports   - 10 Hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO – This isn't what the San Francisco Giants expected when they returned home to AT&T Park after splitting the first two games of the World Series in Kansas City. As a playoff-tested, veteran
  
    


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Living City | Rebuilding After Sandy The New York Times   - 12 Hours ago
Living City | Rebuilding After Sandy Two years after Hurricane Sandy flooded tunnels and the subway system, New York infrastructure
  
    



PGA of America president ousted over tweet USA Today Sports   - 12 Hours ago
After sending an insensitive tweet directed at Ian Poulter a day earlier, Ted Bishop was ousted as president of the PGA of America. The board of directors voted to remove Bishop from office, the PGA
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More health insurance changes on the way Chicago Tribune 1 hr ago   - 12 Hours ago
Employers are increasingly pushing enrollment in high-deductible, low-premium health insurance plans, according to benefits experts, which means it might be time to break out the calculator and reconsider
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Do You Have What It Takes to Go Into Space? (Probably) The Wall Street Journal.   - 13 Hours ago
AMERICA’S FIRST CORPS of astronauts, known as the Mercury Seven, had it pretty rough back in 1959. Selected from hundreds of elite pilots, they had to endure a battery of grueling tests: running on treadmills
  
    



Holiday airfares are rising amid record airline profits Los Angeles Times   - 13 Hours ago
The nation's largest airlines are reporting record profits thanks to a stronger economy and declining fuel costs. But don't expect the once-struggling industry to pass its good fortune on to travelers
  
    



A birthday party for Relisha, but without the guest of honor The Washington Post   - 13 Hours ago
© Provided by Washington Post The balloons were bright, the cake was sweet and the music loud. The only thing missing from the birthday celebration Friday at Hart Middle School in Southeast
  
    



Titans' Greene in hot water after parking in handicap space USA Today Sports   - 13 Hours ago
Tennessee Titans running back Shonn Greene was arrested on Friday night on a handful of charges, the most serious a resisting stop charge stemming from him leaving the scene of an incident in Franklin,
  
    



Titans' Shonn Greene arrested on multiple charges USA Today Sports   - 13 Hours ago
Tennessee Titans running back Shonn Greene was arrested on Friday night on a handful of charges, the most serious a resisting stop charge stemming from him leaving the scene of an incident in Franklin,
  
    



President to inaugurate Accountants' General Conference on Monday [Asian News International]   - 15 Hours ago
P President to inaugurate Accountants' General Conference on Monday [Asian News International (Asian News International Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) New Delhi, Oct.25 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee
  
    



Go, Gamers! University students get scholarships to compete in 'varsity eSports'   - 15 Hours ago
CHICAGO — The bleeding edge of college sports can be found in a dark room on the third floor of Robert Morris University's downtown campus, where 35 highly skilled competitors practice for four hours
  
    



San Quentin’s Giants The New York Times   - 15 Hours ago
San Quentin’s Giants At one of California’s most notorious prisons, baseball teams take the field.
  
    



LAPD officer allegedly beat, kicked restrained suspect in the head Los Angeles Times   - 15 Hours ago
LOS ANGELES—A Los Angeles police officer is under investigation for allegedly beating and kicking a suspect who was being held down by other officers, according to sources close to the probe. The altercation
  
    



In a holy site, but afraid Los Angeles Times 1 hr ago   - 17 Hours ago
© Raja Abdulrahim/Los Angeles Times/MCT Aveen Khalf Kasim, 7, walked around one of the seven pillars at the main shrine of the Yazidi faith, hastily untying and tying knots in Lalish, Iraq.
  
    
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