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How much the U.S. is spending daily to fight ISIS:
U.S. private payrolls grow 213,000 in September vs. 210,000 estimate: ADP »
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Here's what we know about the Texas Ebola patient and the risk to Americans:
These are the world's 10 biggest energy users »
Applications for U.S. home mortgages slipped last week:
Trading the euro: A seat on the Titanic?
Brazilian markets are reeling at the prospect of a second term for President Dilma Rousseff:
Russia's first post-sanctions budget suggests the Kremlin is more hopeful than most about the country's economy:
Why this president makes Richard Branson's 'top 5': #CNBCMeets
Why there won't be an Ebola outbreak in the US:
What we know about the Texas Ebola patient:
The business of selling services to prison inmates: (via @DinaGusovsky)
Microsoft unveiled the first step in a 'whole new generation' of Windows:
Introducing a virtual reality arcade ... that may or may not become a reality:
Ford is putting its eggs in the basket of its new F-series aluminum pickup truck:
Next from Hollywood? Tetris: The Motion Picture. Wait, what?
Netflix prepares to shake up the movie business. Again.
Americans snack completely differently than the rest of the world:
Do something gross on your flight and you might get featured on this passenger-shaming site:
How Twitter reacted when news broke of first confirmed case of Ebola in US: (via @TwitterData)
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The people who bought caffeine-infused underwear are wishing they hadn't:
These are the world's 10 biggest energy users (hint: the U.S. isn't in the top 5) »
This state just became the first to ban plastic bags:
Couple leaves $100 tip ... for BAD service. The reason why will inspire you:
These very famous braids are about to be auctioned off:
The Bacon Cheeseburger index is talking, and it has this to say about the economy:
There's controversy over this "superweed" ... but it's not what you might think:
CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in the United States:
Wal-Mart says Tracy Morgan, others weren't wearing seatbelts at the time of their crash •
Europe says no to the 'chlorine chicken' from the U.S.:
And the world's 10 most murderous cities are... »
Tip: Don't short a stock when you hear inside information from your roommate. »
World oil prices just fell to their lowest level in more than two years:
The CDC confirmed late Tuesday that the first case of Ebola has been diagnosed inside the U.S.…
White House: President Obama has been briefed by the CDC about the diagnosis of Ebola in Texas.
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ALERT: FCC considering move to ban NFL Redskins team name.
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What is Ebola? A closer look at the 'frightening disease' »
CDC: Agency is working to identify anyone who had contact with sick patient during infectious period.
CDC Director: "No doubt" that we will contain this case of Ebola so that it does not spread further.
CDC: Individual traveling from Liberia diagnosed with Ebola, had started developing symptoms on September 24th.
Happening now: CDC press conference on Texas Ebola diagnosis. Watch live »
ALERT: Ebola drug makers surge after first U.S. diagnosis. • $TKMR $BCRX $SRPT
A spokesperson for Texas Governor Rick Perry says that the Governor is aware of the first Ebola case in Texas. (via @RyanRuggiero)
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The Centers for Disease Control are set to hold a live press conference to provide further details on the U.S. Ebola diagnosis at 5:30p ET.
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Shares of Tekmira Pharmaceuticals surge 10% after-hours following news of first U.S. Ebola diagnosis. • $TKMR
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BREAKING: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in the United States, Reuters reports.
S&P 500, Nasdaq extend quarterly win streak to seven:
Olympian Michael Phelps has just tweeted a statement following his DUI arrest early this morning.
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JUST IN: Statement from Tracy Morgan on crash involving Walmart truck. "I can't believe Walmart is blaming me..."
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Flight attendants are shaming naughty passengers to new heights: