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The Liberian president's son is a doctor who is staying away from Ebola
The marijuana industry could be bigger than the NFL by 2020
Ben Bradlee, who died Tuesday: "There is a lot of spinning and a lot of lying in our times"
Inside the contradictory world of Thought Catalog, one of the Internet's most reviled sites
Boko Haram was supposed to be release the Nigerian girls. It may have kidnapped more.
What was fake on the Internet this week
Meet Hurricane and Jordan, the dogs that subdued the latest White House fence jumper
The best places in the world to be a rich foreigner
D.C. rabbi accused of recording ritual bath also had a tiny camera hidden in a tissue box, police say
How Ebola is fueling prejudice against gays
Sen. Al Franken is boring, and because he is boring, he appears on his way to reelection
The new snack craze on Mexico's streets starts with Doritos
Jack Bruce, bassist of '60s band Cream, dies at 71
Officials confirmed the body found on abandoned property was UVA student Hannah Graham
"Spice" is the new drug craze that's killing people in Russia
A guide to dog-friendly Halloween parties, starring a Jack Russell dressed as a Chia Pet.
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg confirms she's a diva at Arena Stage
Iran hangs woman for killing her alleged rapist
Republicans step up efforts to reach out to minorities ahead of 2016
Fisherman Jorge Conceição carries a lobster catch in a fishermen's neighborhood in #Brazil. #nofilter
A virgin birth has been confirmed in a python
The real worry isn't Ebola in New York - it's Ebola in Mali.
Some Gamergate supporters say the controversy could stop "in one week"
Sen. Al Franken is trying hard to be boring - and succeeding
Why watching grass grow might actually be a good investment of federal money
This picture tells you everything you need to know about global inequality (AFP)
In the last 4 major statewide races in Mass., GOP has taken nearly 48% of the two-party vote
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New quarantine rules considered for aid workers returning to U.S. from Ebola-stricken region
California Gov. Jerry Brown is spending more on ballot measures than on his re-election campaign
Smart technology is being put in place to make Senate candidates' finances public in (almost) real-time.
If you save $50 every two weeks, you'll have a couple hundred dollars come December. How to save for the holidays:
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An unnecessarily long and surprisingly fascinating history of 'guys'
The death toll in U.S. airstrikes in Syria, broken down
Teacher spends two days as a student and is shocked at what she learns
Quiz: Which Senate race are you?
Capital Bikeshare workers look to unionize - and build a nationwide Bikeshare powerhouse
Anti-abortion lobby is pitching a new demographic: Democratic women
Public transit does spread diseases. But Ebola isn't one of them.
An experiment in Vermont and Southern California finds people will use less electricity - if they're peer pressured.
"Patagonia was one of the first American companies to offer on-site child care. They remain among the only ones."
A jailed former lobbyist on how lawmakers can stay out of jail:
New York and New Jersey to quarantine medical workers returning from West Africa
On Ebola fears: "If you want me to calm down, do not tell me about other things that are more likely to kill me."
Flying cars are coming, but they aren't quite the ones we've dreamed about.
"We take these allegations very, very seriously," Kerry says following our ISIS chlorine attack report:…
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The terrifying idea that the economy might stay stuck forever just got more terrifying
Military defends its Ebola precautions as stricter than CDC's, tries to reassure troops
William Shatner has a new home renovation show on the DIY Network