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WHO: Magnitude Of Ebola Outbreak Underestimated

WHO: Magnitude Of Ebola Outbreak Underestimated

dpa GENEVA -- The magnitude of the Ebola outbreak in Africa has been underestimated because families hide infected relatives in their homes, the World Health Organization said Fri ...

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Ferguson Reveals A Growing Gap In A Black And White World

Ferguson Reveals A Growing Gap In A Black And White World

By Jerry Large, The Seattle Times A poll and a set of charts both say something important about the situation in Ferguson and around the country. The poll shows the divide between ...

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In Wake Of Ferguson, Miami-Dade Mayor Wants ‘A Camera On Every Police Officer’

In Wake Of Ferguson, Miami-Dade Mayor Wants ‘A Camera On Every Police Officer’

By Douglas Hanks, The Miami Herald MIAMI -- In the wake of national outrage over alleged police misconduct in Ferguson, Mo., Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez on Thursday vowed to m ...

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Promise Of A ‘Clean Coal’ Future Far From Reality

Promise Of A ‘Clean Coal’ Future Far From Reality

By Hal Bernton, The Seattle Times MEREDOSIA, Ill. -- In 2003, President George W. Bush unveiled plans for the world's first zero-emissions coal plant, a project that would serve a ...

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Kiev Accuses Russia Of ‘Invasion’ As Aid Convoy Crosses Border

Kiev Accuses Russia Of ‘Invasion’ As Aid Convoy Crosses Border

By Nikolaus Von Twickel, dpa MOSCOW (dpa) -- A huge Russian aid convoy entered Ukraine without an escort from the Red Cross on Friday, provoking talk of an "invasion" in Kiev. Som ...

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Galveston Lab Works To Stop Ebola Virus In Its Tracks

Galveston Lab Works To Stop Ebola Virus In Its Tracks

By Seema Yasmin, The Dallas Morning News GALVESTON, Texas -- In a laboratory on Galveston Island, Tom Geisbert is working overtime. The pressure is on as the biggest Ebola epidemi ...

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Parolees Charged In Harvey Shooting, Hostage Standoff

Parolees Charged In Harvey Shooting, Hostage Standoff

By Peter Nickeas, Chicago Tribune Two parolees in their 40s were charged in connection with the shooting of a Harvey, Ill., police officer earlier this week that led to a hostage ...

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Thai Military Coup Leader Bestowed Role Of Civilian Prime Minister

Thai Military Coup Leader Bestowed Role Of Civilian Prime Minister

By Carol J. Williams, Los Angeles Times The general who led a military coup in Thailand three months ago took on the civilian mantle of prime minister Thursday when the legislator ...

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For Sotloff Family, Quiet Waiting For News Of Kidnapped Journalist

For Sotloff Family, Quiet Waiting For News Of Kidnapped Journalist

By Glenn Garvin, The Miami Herald It was a day of quiet waiting Thursday for the family of Steven Sotloff, a Pinecrest journalist abducted by Muslim jihadists in Syria who on Tues ...

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Ferguson Protests Subdued And Smaller As National Guard Pulls Out

Ferguson Protests Subdued And Smaller As National Guard Pulls Out

By Kurtis Lee, Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Richard A. Serrano, Los Angeles Times FERGUSON, Mo. -- As Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon ordered the National Guard to begin withdrawing from this ...

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