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    Man with Ebola flew roundabout trip to US

    The first reported case of Ebola in the United States is spooking airline investors and raising the prospect that some frightened travelers might stay home despite repeated reassurances from public-health experts. Details of the man’s 28-hour trip...

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    Why hasn’t the U.S. closed its airports to travelers from Ebola-ravaged countries?

    Now that a man in the United States has been diagnosed with Ebola, some are asking why we haven’t stopped allowing people traveling from West Africa into our airports. Thomas Eric Duncan, the patient currently being treated...

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    Hospitals Prepare for Possible Ebola Patients

    Hospitals across the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex are preparing for possible cases of Ebola, one day after officials confirmed a patient in Dallas had tested positive for the potentially deadly virus. Dr. Alexander Eastman, the disaster medical director...

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    Alton Nolen Arraigned, Requests Muslim Attorney

    The man accused of beading a woman and trying to behead another asks for a Muslim attorney during his arraignment. Alton Nolen is currently being held at the Cleveland County Detention Center without bond after being released...

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    Obama Wants Amnesty Because He Believes America Is Part of Global Universe

    Wednesday at his speech to members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Labor Secretary, Thomas Perez said President Barack Obama will fulfill his promise to use an executive order to grant amnesty for up to 6 million illegal...

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    Barack Obama talks with Benjamin Netanyahu clouded as US slams settlement plan

    President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for talks overshadowed by unusually blunt United States criticism of the Jewish state’s latest settlement plans. While the two leaders smiled at the start of their meeting...

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    Could Mount Fuji be the next Japanese volcano to erupt?

    The eruption of Mount Ontake has raised fears that more of Japan’s 110 active volcanoes could spring into life with little or no warning, with experts admitting they simply do not know when and where the next...

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    The Most Terrifying Sinkhole Pictures You’ve Ever Seen

    Sinkholes are scarily common, and although some are small and harmless, others open gaping holes in the ground that could swallow entire buildings — or passing cars. Recently, a sinkhole that formed in the middle of a highway...

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    Paralysis cases in Alberta under investigation for Enterovirus D68 link

    Alberta Health Services (AHS) says it’s investigating four cases of paralysis in children, but the patients have not been diagnosed with Enterovirus D68. Provincial health officials in B.C. are trying to determine if a man and boy with...

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    Students hear praise for transgendered killer

    Students across America whose schools take part in “LGBT History Month” soon will be hearing praise for a transgendered killer who recently got out of prison. According to a website promoting the observance, the personality spotlighted for...

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