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My night in the Texas Ebola hospital
BBC News - My night in the Texas Ebola hospital For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Staying in a guest room on the ninth floor of Texas...
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Thomas Eric Duncan
Government deserves vote of no confidence
To the editor: With the track record our government has amassed over the past 20 years — rationalizing our invasion of Iraq, responding to Hurricane Katrina, addressing the illegal alien issue,...
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Area eye doctor offers free Ebola expertise: What...
There’s been a lot written lately about how Republicans are exploiting public fears over Ebola for electoral gain ahead of the midterms. They’re “ It really has turned into the Ebola Election here in...
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Forget supercars, now the well-off want to show o...
Wealthy French expatriates are driving the trend, with Russian spending down since sanctions were introduced in response to the crisis in Ukraine. Leo Caplan, who owns kitchen brands Smallbone of...
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It won’t cost you much to be a local hero
AUSTRALIANS have developed a taste for imported goods, be they cars, clothes, shoes, hardware, airlines or food. Thanks to the still strong Aussie dollar, products bearing the Australian-made tag are...
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If you haven’t seen Cyrano de Bergerac in a while—and I’m guessing most non-theater-goers haven’t seen it since Gerard Depardieu’s 1990 film adaptation—you probably only recall a couple of things...
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Russel W. ‘Buck’ Ferguson
He was the husband of Lucille A. (Chambers) Ferguson, to whom he was married 50 years. Russel was born Dec. 6, 1945, at home in Thompsontown, a son of the late Warren H. and Emma I. (Cramer)...
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Miles Teller: Beat the hell
The movie Whiplash is winning acclaim for its nerve-racking portrayal of a music school teacher-pupil relationship. Its young star and director talk to Helen Barlow. It might be hard to imagine a...
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America needs to stop talking about Ebola like it...
I must confess: I was initially concerned that I am perhaps not sufficiently qualified to weigh in on our planet’s current Ebola panic, seeing as I am neither a doctor nor a nurse nor a scientist of...
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Ebola.com Domain Could Be Yours For Only $150K
For anyone who has ever wanted to own a Web domain associated with one of the worst disease outbreaks in recent memory, good news — Ebola.com is up for sale. The site is pretty bare bones with just a...
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Test your brain - the questions, and the answers
How would you have performed at the Brain Drain? Have a go ... QUESTIONS ROUND ONE 1. Who Am I? Born in 1964, my parents were movie set caterers. Won Best Actor Oscar in 2001, and nominated for 2...
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Death and Mrs. Doubtfire
Death, if we are loved at all in this world, is a centrifuge: at the moment of cessation, it throws our essence outward, and further outward, scattering us abroad with supernatural force and largesse....
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The Fisher King
Famed author to share autism story at benefit
ESCONDIDO Just before his 3rd birthday in 1994, Owen Suskind retreated behind a wall of silence. Diagnosed with autism, he didn’t speak a word for nearly four years. Then one day — with the help of...
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The Rosie Effect review: Expecting a baby trigger...
The Rosie Effect review: Expecting a baby triggers a charming comedy of errors A GENETICS professor, his unsuitable wife and a baby on the way make this a heartwarming follow-up to The Rosie...
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From Albert Camus to The Walking Dead: a look at ...
Pandemics tap right to the id of human response – revulsion, fear and recoil – so it should be no wonder that culture keeps bringing them up. But only a few movies, books or games are interested in...
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Digital age has killed the video store
I WENT to a funeral on the weekend with Tom Cruise. Well, I didn’t go WITH him, exactly. He was just there. So was Meryl Streep, Spike Lee, Al Pacino and Mel Gibson. Even Lauren Bacall was hanging...
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Fighting more important foreign invader than ebola
We’ve got a visitor to another country. You get daily reminders of its presence. The reminders seem to grow daily. And lest you forget, reminders are painful. Ebola? Heck no, I’m talking about...
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Defense Department Admits US Troops In Liberia Wi...
US armed petri dishes. You would think these soldiers would shoot their officers rather than catch ebola. Just the beginning. Agenda 21 actually. Time to rewatch "Outbreak" with
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Hot or not? Vote on Peter Cheney's seven controve...
And then I thought of Hot or Not, the website where you post your picture and let people vote on whether you’re good looking or not. (I don’t recommend trying this.) But not every car falls into a...
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The Very Best of Jimmy Fallon's 'Ew!'
Our favorite segment on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon came back last night and it has a theme song! With will.i.am as his special guest, the host has created an official song for "Ew!" And...
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