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A new report says women and people of color working in the restaurant industry face widespread discrimination: on.msnbc.com/1ww5Utm
No TV? Watch the House of Representatives hearing on the Ebola crisis live here: on.msnbc.com/1ww4IWK pic.twitter.com/jjZfU4HYcp
.@NYGovCuomo on treating Ebola in New York: "We're ready" on.msnbc.com/1wu2but pic.twitter.com/l0L4SIv6DJ
.@amnesty releases report slamming law enforcement in #Ferguson for "human rights abuses" against protesters: on.msnbc.com/1ww1eDP
The battle for the North Carolina Senate seat takes a turn: on.msnbc.com/1sh3lFk (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call/Getty) pic.twitter.com/tbhwODz8Wc
The 51st state? Some want South Florida to secede from the rest of the state: on.msnbc.com/1wvWC0h pic.twitter.com/dDbPGPOoN6
Whopper alert! What are the biggest fibs you've heard this election cycle? Tweet @msnbc or tell us here: on.msnbc.com/1wtQSSR
For the past 18 years, more than 3,000 student athletes allegedly took bogus classes at UNC: on.msnbc.com/1sgQSkP pic.twitter.com/FXACv0pEss
"We are as ready as one could be." - Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks on Ebola in NYC: on.msnbc.com/1wvSPQI pic.twitter.com/Ec8ynp6CJH
Hillary Clinton steals the show at Andrew Cuomo fundraiser: on.msnbc.com/1DHsTDS (Bryan Thomas/Getty) pic.twitter.com/3PcYC0WQ2c
Alexandra Pelosi says everyone should just calm down about "Ebolamania." Here's why: on.msnbc.com/1DHjjku
Watch tonight's full press conference from officials on NYC's readiness to manage Ebola: on.msnbc.com/1sfr2xD pic.twitter.com/RfCmTadFvN
"I would get on the subway tomorrow," says Acting NY Commissioner of Health on Ebola in NYC on.msnbc.com/1sfpzri pic.twitter.com/UV5wR4Vomp
Ottawa shooting suspect might have held dual-citizenship in Canada and Libya: on.msnbc.com/1sflraN
Rwanda no longer screening Americans for Ebola: on.msnbc.com/1DGjXi8 (Andrew Burton/Getty) pic.twitter.com/PGm1N9QDrb
First campaign speech of 2016? Rand Paul makes foreign policy pitch: on.msnbc.com/1vW0hof (Ty William Wright/Redux) pic.twitter.com/EOnbUpEWGc
Ebola risks are specific to body fluids. Here's what you need to know: on.msnbc.com/1DGfDiY
NYC hospital practiced in advance for possibility of Ebola patient: on.msnbc.com/1vVWI1b pic.twitter.com/gSyN69EeCD
NYC Ebola case met with prepared response: on.msnbc.com/1t7ClNO
"Bellevue has been preparing for this" - @DrFriedenCDC on NYC hospital readiness for treating Ebola on.msnbc.com/1DG91kP
"We are as ready as one could be for this circumstance" - @NYGovCuomo on Ebola patient in NYC on.msnbc.com/1sf6dCu
"Every hospital in the city is prepared," says Mayor @BilldeBlasio on Ebola in NYC on.msnbc.com/1sf5JfH
LIVE NOW on @msnbc: New York officials provide an update on the condition of NYC Ebola patient. No TV? Watch here: on.msnbc.com/1sf5i5b
Video of man wielding hatchet before attack in NYC: on.msnbc.com/1sf55yL pic.twitter.com/7z9TKJy1hy
What did Blackwater teach us about the use of contractors in military operations ? on.msnbc.com/1vVGs0l pic.twitter.com/YId0OPl9f4
A bright spot for Dems? GOP governors may miss out on 2014 conservative wave: on.msnbc.com/1seWGLC pic.twitter.com/06EjcdW9Ak
Tune in to @msnbc for our continuing coverage of the case of Ebola in NYC.
Dr. Craig Spencer, a New York City doctor who was in Africa, has tested positive for Ebola: on.msnbc.com/1vVAXih pic.twitter.com/AkRzaERDDT
BREAKING: NYC officials confirm patient in New York City tests positive for Ebola.
The state of 2014 voting: North Carolina’s voting law is one of the strictest in the country: on.msnbc.com/1thcGTP pic.twitter.com/sfvWmYaxD2
BURRRNNN! The best zingers of the election: on.msnbc.com/1th9Cam (Andy Jacobsohn/The Dallas Morning News/Pool/AP) pic.twitter.com/w0KkkbcMl8
The Malala Interview Pt 3: Still 17. A funny, candid Malala opens up about juggling fame, school & sibling rivalries: msnbc.com/ronan-farrow/w…
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The Malala Interview Pt 2: The Day Her Life Changed. Malala tells me what it's like looking extremism in the eye: msnbc.com/ronan-farrow/w…
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The Malala Interview Pt 1: Send Books, Not Guns. The "bravest girl in the world" has strong words for Pres. Obama: msnbc.com/ronan-farrow/w…
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"Refrocked" pastor vows to never be afraid again to speak out: on.msnbc.com/1vVpcbv pic.twitter.com/f4cUnGTYb7
Throwback: Hardball's Chris Matthews meets President Reagan #tbt
Ka-ching! @rollcall says these are the richest members of Congress: on.msnbc.com/1DFN9pw pic.twitter.com/7bg7B6yM0p
Good boys! Secret Service dogs who helped stop alleged White House jumper cleared for duty: on.msnbc.com/1seFdTB pic.twitter.com/MCVKkqlD5r
This Week In History: Pablo Picasso, one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century, is born in Malaga, Spain on October 25, 1881. Here, Picasso is photographed watching a bullfight in Nîmes, Languedoc-Roussillon in the south of France in 1957 by legendary Magnum photographer R
Now developing: NYPD officers attacked by man with hatchet on.msnbc.com/1vVdfme (Spencer Platt/Getty) pic.twitter.com/Y57t4uQG51
Health care worker being checked for Ebola at NYC's Bellevue Hospital: on.msnbc.com/1tgVRbN (Spencer Platt/Getty) pic.twitter.com/bQb5mXAtjr
Billionaire Paul G. Allen donate $100,000,000 to help stop Ebola: on.msnbc.com/1sexdSz (Mike Segar/Reuters) pic.twitter.com/pbpNv0xiga
Defiant in the face of tragedy, Canadian parliament reconvenes after Ottawa shooting: on.msnbc.com/1vV1BaQ pic.twitter.com/DZRoHXD4Cs
Doctor working with Ebola patients in West Africa rushed to a hospital in NYC: on.msnbc.com/1DFxs1x pic.twitter.com/GsYiZ9WnKk
Georgia Democrats invoke #Ferguson in new campaign flyer: on.msnbc.com/1DFtMgo pic.twitter.com/28ujfFGCZo
ICYMI on @msnbc, I sat down w/ my daughter, Alexandra, for a segment on "Generation to Generation!" goo.gl/Q0rqAx
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This week in history: Pablo Picasso born in Spain on Oct. 25, 1881 on.msnbc.com/1vUPaMa (Rene Burri/Magnum) #TBT pic.twitter.com/SxMfp2ZYCF
.@SenWarren says she’s being treated differently on Capitol Hill because she’s a woman: on.msnbc.com/1DFlVPW pic.twitter.com/F1llSTw0v9