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Remember When the US Barred Travelers With HIV? A...
A chorus of lawmakers and candidates have called for an Ebola travel ban. (Photo credit should read MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP/Getty Images) Why such a travel ban wouldn't work doesn't need to be...
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Obama's ISIS, Ebola 'mission creep'
President Barack Obama is loading new missions on the U.S. military with fast-expanding mandates and no certain end dates as he grapples with the threats posed by ISIS and Ebola. Evolving operations...
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KRCR TV Redding
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American Weapons Find Their Way to ISIS Again
A U.S. military airdrop of food and water near Sinjar, Iraq in August. (U.S. Central Command) Throughout the three-plus years of the Syrian civil war, one oft-sung refrain among some American...
Read more at The Atlantic
Would a surgeon general help in Ebola response?
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- As newly picked Ebola czar Ron Klain gets started, some are wondering if America could also use a new surgeon general. As Republicans criticize the Obama administration's...
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The Audacity of Political Women: Why Is Ambition ...
The Audacity of Political Women: Why Is Ambition a Bad Thing? | Commentary The �ambitious� woman in politics is a contrived caricature. Forget the cold, calculating lady stepping on those in her way...
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Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Democratic National Committee
George W. Bush administration
The Daily Edit:
... fighters run during a battle against Syrian government soldiers in Handarat, on the northern outskirts of...
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Clinton: Midterm elections should motivate women
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, gathers with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, left, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, second from left, Rep. Doris Matsui, second from right, and Rep....
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Hillary Rodham Clinton
Fall is a favorite time in Rim Country
... The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” was first recorded by pop singer Andy Williams on his Christmas Album in 1963 and later covered in 1986 by crooner Johnny Mathis on his own Christmas...
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'Walking Dead,' 'Simpsons,' 'Good Wife': big week...
The weekend highlights include top dramas, football and Halloween fare. Here are a few programs to keep in mind: "60 Minutes," 7 p.m. Sunday, CBS Were Christians killed in the Colosseum? No,...
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Lackawanna County Court Notes
MARRIAGE LICENSES Kevin Coleman and Amanda Rene Hartman, Sanger, Texas. Bret Allen Bryson, Parma, Ohio, and Bridget Ruddy, Scranton. Brandon Alexander Shotto and Kimberly Ann Light, both of...
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Ebola scare forces Bay Area medical facilities to...
As a killer from a distant continent alarms our nation, Bay Area health care providers are scrambling to change their age-old routines to contain the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. Employees are...
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Inside Bay Area
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Thomas Eric Duncan
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital
THE GUARDIAN CLEAN SLATE 2014
Welcome to the November 2014 edition of a decades-long Bay Guardian tradition: the Clean Slate. The following is a result of many hours of endorsement interviews with candidates and ballot measure...
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Marin County social scene for the week of Oct. 14...
Ned Adamson, back row, and from left front row, Betty and Wil Swalberg, Rose Gee and Sharon Adams. Photos courtesy Casa Allegra Community Services Casa Allegra Community Services 14th annual bocce...
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Political Blotter: Updated state legislative camp...
This is a sampling from Bay Area News Group's Political Blotter blog. Read more and post comments at www.ibabuzz.com/politics. The deadline for reporting campaign finance activity from July 1 through...
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The Mercury News
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Bay Area News Group
Liz Warren: Budget cuts halted Ebola vaccine
An Ebola vaccine might already be available to the thousands of people stricken with the deadly virus had Congress not spent the past decade slashing medical research funding, the director of the...
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New England Council
With new restaurant options, Creperie still not o...
But despite the recent surge of new on-campus eateries such as Pure Fare and Tortas Frontera, which arrived at Penn last semester, one on-campus restaurant is still waiting for its chance to get on...
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Housing Authority’s executive director resigns
The New Bern Housing Authority Board of Commissioners said Julian Marsh resigned as executive director on Thursday. The board met in special session Thursday afternoon at the law firm of Ward and...
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Board of Commissioners
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Ellsberg Sees Vietnam-Like Risks in ISIS War
Daniel Ellsberg, the former Defense Department official who leaked the Pentagon Papers exposing the Vietnam War lies, is alarmed at the many parallels between Vietnam and President Obama’s new...
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Braley Voted Against Funding Combat Operations in...
Iowa Democrat Bruce Braley opposed funding any American military operations in Iraq this year—before he supported them. The three-term House member, who is running for Iowa's open Senate seat in one...
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What's Going Around - September 30, 2014
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - It's cold season on the San Diego health front, but the Council of Community Clinics says a more serious illness could also be in the mix. It's called Enterovirus D-68, and it's...
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