Secret Service director Julia Pierson resigns as criticism of the agency intensified following several high-profile security lapses.
ABC NewsPentagon announces Ebola rapid-response team for US cases of virusLos Angeles TimesThe Pentagon announced Sunday it is putting together a 30-person rapid-response team that could provide quick medical support to civilian healthcare workers if additional cases of the Ebola virus are diagnosed in the United States. Defense Secretary ...Ebola Virus Outbreak In US 2014: Pentagon To Creat
USA TODAYEbola hits New York CityUSA TODAYNEW YORK - The first case of Ebola may have arrived in New York City. Officials said a doctor who recently returned from West Africa was positive in preliminary tests for the Ebola virus Thursday night, Associated Press reported. He was identified by the New ...Doctor Isolated at New York City Hospital Tests Positive for EbolaABC NewsDoctor in New Yo
The Clemson University student who died Monday after falling two stories to his death onboard a Carnival cruise climbed the front mast to watch the early morning sunrise, reported.
Never-before-seen nude photos of former “Dancing With the Stars” host Brooke Burke went on display at a Manhattan art gallery Thursday night.
Protests in Hong Kong appear set to continue, as tens of thousands of people camped on the streets defy calls to go home.
Wall Street JournalDallas Man Tells of US Ebola Patient's DeclineWall Street JournalAn employee with The Ivy Apartments complex goes door-to-door placing flyers. A man staying at the complex with family was diagnosed with having the Ebola virus. Associated Press. A Dallas man who was in contact with the first person to be diagnosed ...US Effort to Help Liberia Finds Much Work to Do Befor
New York TimesEbola spread looking unlikely in DallasHouston ChronicleThe chance of Ebola spreading in Dallas continued to decline Thursday as the man hospitalized out of concern he might have been exposed to the virus tested negative and those being monitored for coming into contact with the nation's first victim of the ...In Life and Death, Thomas Eric Duncan Exposed Severe Gaps in Ant
DO YOU want the bad news, or the bad news? Your household bills are tipped to increase by up to $400 a year — and nobody can do anything about it.
Despite billions spent on eradicating poppy production, Afghan farmers are growing bumper crops, according to a U.S. government report.

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