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Quarantined Nurse Who Treated Ebola Patients in West Africa Pens Scathing Account of Airport Ordeal: ‘No One Seemed to Be in Charge’


Kaci Hickox — the nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone and is in quarantine at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey — has written a scathing account of her treatment by officials after arriving at Newark Liberty Airport on Friday.

After a Shooting Rocked Their Rival High School, This Football Team Made Two Huge Gestures of Sportsmanship


They gave their grieving competitors two gifts: victory, and friendship. After a shooter opened fire in Seattle-area Marysville Pilchuck High School on Friday, a rival school’s football team made a simple offer that reflected sportsmanship and basic human decency: They’d give Marysville a win.

Fiancee of NYC Ebola Patient Reportedly Allowed to Go Home — But She’ll Still Be Quarantined

The New York City Ebola patient’s fiancée will return to the couple’s apartment where she will be quarantined, the Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.

Government Working ‘as Quickly as Possible’ to Extend Federal Benefits to Gay Couples in Six More States, Eric Holder Says


WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government is recognizing gay marriage in six more states and extending federal benefits to those couples, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Saturday.

Christian Group Battling Ebola Reveals Plans for ‘Burial Teams’ to Tackle Infected Corpses


World Vision, a Christian relief organization, is among the many humanitarian aid groups fervently working to halt the spread of Ebola in West Africa.

Jack Bruce, Bassist for Influential ’60s Rock Band Cream, Dies at 71


Jack Bruce, bass player, vocalist, and songwriter for influential 1960s rock band Cream, has died. He was 71.

Watch a 57-Year-Old Man Break the Sound Barrier in a Custom Space Suit


He hurtled down from space, breaking the speed of sound — and a world record — as he fell. When he hit the ground, he tumbled head-over-heels just once, and then waved a thumbs-up to signal he’d made it As the New York Times reported, Alan Eustace broke records Friday when he ascended nearly 136,000 feet, then dropped to earth.

Does This CNN Anchor Owe the Palin Family an On-Air Apology?

It was a violent incident in which Bristol Palin, daughter of the former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, said she was assaulted and cursed out.

The Best Beer Deals in the NHL in One Chart. It’s Good News for Penguins and Capitals Fans.


Hockey and beer go together like John Lennon and Paul McCartney — some people like them individually, but most would say they’re better together.

Want To See How Different College Majors Do on the SAT? Here’s the List.


It’s a weird American rite of passage: file into a classroom, sit at a desk for a zillion hours and let one massive standardized test determine whether you’ll be able to go to a great college — or maybe not go to college at all.

This Powerful Play-by-Play Shows What Happened Inside Canada’s Parliament — And How One Man Became a Hero


Want to take a step-by-step look at the heroism that stopped a gunman from rampaging through the halls of Canada’s parliament building Wednesday morning?

She Treated Ebola Patients in Africa, Flew to Newark and Developed a Fever — But She Tested Negative for Ebola in a Preliminary Evaluation


TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey health officials say a woman who arrived at Newark Liberty International Airport from West Africa has tested negative for Ebola in a preliminary evaluation.

A Socialist, a Journalist and a Former George W. Bush Assistant All Try to Explain Why Islam Isn’t So Bad

Progressive liberal Bill Maher may say he doesn’t want to make his “life’s work” railing against the Muslim world, but he’s been speaking passionately against Islamic thought for quite some time.

WHO: Ebola Outbreak Tops 10,000 Cases


DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — The World Health Organization says the number of people believed sickened by Ebola has risen above 10,000.

‘I Told You This Was Coming’: Online Political Speech Could Face New Regulations Next Year


If political material gets posted online but no one pays to post it, does it get regulated? It’s literally “free speech” and right now, the answer is basically no, it’s not regulated — but in a surprise move late Friday, regulators said they were honing in on the YouTube videos, tweets and blog posts that have been playing an ever-larger role in political campaigns.

Witness Tells Story of the ‘Real Hero’ Who Reportedly Took Unthinkable Risk to Save Students During Marysville High School Shooting


A tragic high school shooting near Seattle on Friday left two teens dead, including the gunman, and four other students seriously injured.

New ‘Smart Suitcase’ Could Be Just What Frequent Travelers Have Been Looking For


In a world full of smartphones, smart TVs and smart cars, the world’s first “smart suitcase” should come as no surprise.

Police: Shots Fired at High School Football Game in Atlanta

A young man was reportedly seen being rush into an ambulance after gunshots were fired at a high school football game in Atlanta Friday night, according to police.

Why the Muslim Convert Who Allegedly Shot and Killed Canadian Soldier in Broad Daylight Was Kicked Out of His Own Mosque


Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the 32-year-old Muslim convert accused of fatally shooting a Canadian soldier in broad daylight, was reportedly kicked out of the Vancouver mosque he attended for months over some of the radical views he expressed.

Just Listen to Audience’s Reaction to Dem House Candidate’s ‘War Against Women’ Accusation at Debate

New York Democratic House candidate Martha Robertson’s seemingly planned remarks about her Republican opponent’s role in the “war against women” backfired in a big way during a televised debate on Thursday.


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