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Ebola: Are U.S. Bioweapons Labs the Solution or t...
... She has debunked government claims from early on in the Ebola crisis, including the slowness of the response in Africa and the notion that U.S. hospitals were prepared. Her most recent post is...
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ARRL Board May Seek Member Input on 15 Meter Novi...
A proposal aired at the July ARRL Board of Directors meeting endorsing additional HF digital privileges for Technicians and referred to the ARRL Executive Committee (EC) for study came in for...
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TMQ: Seahawks chances to repeat minuscule
... that Week 7 just concluded. Who should be counted out, and who counted in? Examination of season results since the 12-team playoff format was instituted in 1990 finds these things: A team...
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Outbreak in Africa reveals a need for the contrib...
As Ebola continues to pose national and international risks, a role is envisioned for engineers, who are being called on to design devices and processes to help protect against the virus. Last...
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See-through sensors open new window into the brain
The team described its technology, which has applications in fields ranging from neuroscience to cardiac care and even contact lenses, in the Oct. 20 issue of the online journal Nature...
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Partnership with National Laboratory Brings Lates...
Partnership with National Laboratory Brings Latest Diagnostic Tests to University Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — MANHATTAN, KANSAS — A Kansas State University veterinary medicine...
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UNCG Chancellor Linda Brady announces July 2015 r...
Linda P. Brady, chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, today announced her plans to retire July 31, 2015, after seven years of service. She became the university’s tenth...
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Why this Iranian-born writer fears for America’s ...
... plain. This holds true even when the “us” crying out to be brought into focus already thinks of itself as a nation of outsiders. That’s the premise of Azar Nafisi’s new book, “The Republic of...
Read more at Salon.com
SUNDAY EDITION | In Kentucky, courts are new fron...
... observed the group buying 300 hydrocodone pills at a park in this city about 20 miles south of Louisville. At least, that's the account of the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office. For more than...
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Farewell to SBY and his years of wasted opportuni...
... Prabowo Subianto, will replace SBY on Monday. SBY was re-elected for his many promises on national politics, the economy and foreign policy. He promised to increase regional autonomy,...
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Five to receive Monte M. Lemann awards
Iberia Parish chief public defender M. Craig Colwart, Dillard University professor Abdalla Darwish, first assistant state treasurer Ron Henson, State Civil Service commissioner D. Scott Hughes and...
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Keeping It Real with NFL Week 7 Matchups
... warped and dented take on this weekend's games, this week featuring a disproportionate number of Terry Pegula-inspired all-caps rants. Note: All times listed are Eastern, lines are via Odds...
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In war with drug traffickers, Coast Guard stretch...
... are looking west. Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft addressed an audience Oct. 7 at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C., along with SOUTHCOM boss Gen. John Kelly,...
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Ana churns past isles
Ana is expected to maintain its hurricane strength even as it churns in the ocean southeast of Oahu on Saturday, forecasters said. But while the state likely will see plenty of Ana's wind, heavy rain...
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Ebola threat: Our military must be on front line ...
... here and around the world, I’ve been speaking with respected doctors who have spent most of their lives working for our government. The concern they have about the Ebola threat to the...
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Stop worrying about mastermind hackers. Start wor...
Mistakes in setting up popular office software have sent information about millions of Americans spilling onto the Internet, including Social Security numbers of college students, the names of...
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ALLARD: Fleeing the Leaky Ship Obama
Call it a sign of the times. Like when Ben Affleck was so conflicted recently about the Islamist threat that he raised doubts about whether he had actually watched “Argo,” the blockbuster he produced...
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Meet the Entrepreneurs at the Forefront of the Sp...
... entrepreneurs are leading the charge. From zero-gravity tourism to satellite and software development, themed entertainment and beyond, commercial enterprises are capitalizing on...
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Marian Hall of Fame to welcome new class
Ten former Marian High School standout athletes and two of the school’s most successful coaches will be inducted into the Marian Sports Hall of Fame during ceremonies Sunday at Capriotti’s. They...
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Portola City Council candidates answer questions
... answered questions put to them by Feather Publishing. Each candidate was given a limit of 120 words per answer. Answers have not been changed except for minor typographical corrections;...
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