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New travel restrictions hit U.S. airports today10/22/14
Travelers from Ebola stricken countries face new restrictions, North Korea releases American detainee and how Apple has redefined the desktop computer.
Oscar Pistorius sentenced to 5 years in prison
Oscar Pistorius is sentenced to five years in prison for the murder of his girlfriend, CDC issues stricter guidelines for treating Ebola patients and ending the gridlock in Washington.
#Ebola Isolation period ends for some in Texas
Isolation for those who has contact with Thomas Eric Duncan ends, tracking a virtual outbreak of Ebola and drink up, drought in California is a win for wine makers.
Giving more attention to metastatic breast cancer
A look at women living with metastatic breast cancer, drug use at work expands and the beginning of the self-driving car.
#Ebola response slammed by lawmakers
Lawmakers on Capital Hill slam Ebola response, scientists say Ebola is not turning into an airborne virus and the larger the rock the shorter the marriage.
Efforts to check for #Ebola ramp up
New push to check spread of Ebola, Veterans Affairs executives retire in order to avoid being fired and dealing with Ebola in the workplace.
2nd healthcare worker tests positive for #Ebola
Second healthcare worker tests positive for Ebola, most think U.S. is prepared for Ebola virus and study finds many colleges don't teach core subjects.
CDC Director calls for changes in approach.
CDC Director calls for changes in infection control, study says California is due for a catastrophic earthquake and a push for nondisclosure genetic testing.
Liberian's Last Days With Ebola Come Into Focus
The challenges Ebola will present to emergency rooms, courts grapple With GOP-backed voting limits, and the case for quitting your job.
Robotic surgery comes under fire
If the Democrats lose in November is might still be a win for President Obama, robotic surgery comes under fire and things not to buy at places like Sam's Club and Costco.
#Obama weighs options to close Guantanamo Bay
President Obama weighs options to close Guantanamo Bay, stocks tumble through another volatile day and who really powers the Royals and Orioles.
Enhanced #Ebola screenings to begin at airports
Dallas Ebola patient died yesterday morning, enhanced Ebola screenings will begin at airports this weekend and watch what you tweet about Jet Blue.
Ninth Circuit Court strikes down gay marriage bans
Ninth Circuit Court strikes down gay marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada, U.S. stocks take a nose dive and nobody seems to care about the midterm elections.
#Obama tries to calm #Ebola fears
Supreme Court allows gay marriage to begin, President Obama lays out Ebola plan and one Peyton Manning is greater than 36 Cleveland Browns' quarterbacks.
#IslamicState bends, but won't break.
Ebola case in Dallas points out flaws, U.S.-led airstrikes disrupt Islamic State, but extremists hold territory and why you should cheer for the Kansas City Royals.
New force is entering the battlefield in Kuwait
New force is entering the battlefield in Kuwait, a look at Windows 10 and the downside to German frugality.
Screening for #Ebola widens
Lack of qualified staff hurts Ebola fight in Africa, health insurers notify customers of cancelled plans and a second life for 'The Wonder Years.'
#SecretService Director Julia Pierson resigns
The head of the Secret Service resigned, 5 children are under Ebola watch after coming in contact with patient in Texas and why pigeons should steer clear of China.
Secret Service Director Pierson taken to task
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson taken to task in Washington, first U.S. case of Ebola confirmed and FCC votes to scrap sports blackout rule.
W.H. intruder got deeper than previously thought
White House intruder got farther inside than previously thought, hundreds of thousands may have to pay back health-insurance subsidies and nerds want muscles too.
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