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The marijuana industry could be bigger than the NFL by 2020
St. Louis County town rejects body cameras for police
Here are the most ridiculous things Donald Trump thinks are Obama's fault
Police: 1 person, the suspected shooter, dead at school near Seattle
Elon Musk: "With artificial intelligence we are summoning the demon."
Obama hugs Nina Pham, nurse who is now Ebola-free
The FBI says they have personnel "on the way" to the reported shooting at a high school north of Seattle
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Shooting reported at high school north of Seattle
A virgin birth has been confirmed in a python
Another Ebola survivor heads to the Oval Office. Today, Nina Pham. Last month, Kent Brantly.
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Ebola will make Americans more likely to give up civil liberties
DC rabbi accused of recording ritual bath also had camera hidden in tissue box -- found in search of Towson U office
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Best photos of the week: St. Andrews students in foam, Indonesia’s new president and more.
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Key points from de Blasio briefing on Ebola: - Patient is stable, talking - Two of the three venues he visited have been cleared
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WHO is sending a team of experts to Mali after the country announced that it had its first Ebola case
Lolo Jones sympathizes with Oscar Pistorius after revealing that her dad was imprisoned for murder
White House: President Obama will meet at 1:30 p.m. with Nina Pham, the Dallas nurse who was successfully treated for the Ebola virus
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Putin doesn't like the electoral college either
Martha Coakley is in deep trouble in Massachusetts (again)
No one wants a world without candy, but health advocates say something's got to give
Primary care doctors to patients: Don't forget about us
Nina Pham was NOT given any experimental drugs at NIH, Fauci says. She did receive a blood transfusion from Ebola survivor Kent Brantly.
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Dallas nurse Nina Pham: "I feel fortunate and blessed to be standing here today"
LIVE: Dallas nurse treated at NIH for Ebola speaks about being declared "virus free"
"Our patient, Nina Pham, is free of Ebola virus."
Largest sunspot in more than 20 years facing Earth
Ben Bradlee Could Teach Us All a Thing or Two About Real Disruption
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Belgian chocolatier decides ISIS might not be the best name
Passenger in Md. plane crash: "We were heading toward the ground at 60 miles per hour. I mean, it was scary as hell"
Weeks after winning a Nobel Prize, Eric Betzig has revolutionized microscopy again
White House fence jumper's father: "He was just going to ask for help"
Dallas nurse treated for Ebola at NIH now "virus free"
Boko Haram was supposed to be releasing the Nigerian girls, but instead may have kidnapped more
Government considering changing protocols for health workers who return to U.S. after fighting Ebola
Gucci is hawking $3,950 purses & Abercrombie is selling $88 jeans, but the companies actually have the same problem.
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Don't mess with Madeleine Albright on Twitter.
Nina Pham is now free of the Ebola virus and will be discharged today. NIH press conference will be at 11:30 am ET.
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Here is what authorities know so far about the man who opened fire inside Canadian Parliament this week
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Russian lawmaker: We need to work out if our vodka is really vodka
The life cycle of candy corn. #Halloween #CandyCorn
Frank Mankiewicz, press secretary to Robert F. Kennedy, dies at 90
D.C. officials will push to spend roughly $800 million for about 8 miles of streetcar line
Why it's almost impossible to get Ebola on the subway
Has Wendy Davis helped or hurt the Democrats in Texas?
Exploding deadly airbags could launch biggest recall ever, so why are automakers holding back?…
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