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2:57 AM - Tuesday, October 21, 2014
10 hour ago - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
Former FEMA director Michael Brown was on CNN tonight to discuss the government's response to Ebola and addressed comparisons between that and how he handled Hurricane Katrina nine years ago.
20 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
Find a clip of President Obama saying his policies are on the ballot. Put clip in attack ad. Rinse. Repeat. That's been the Republican mantra for the last two and a half weeks, ever since Obama voluntarily tied himself to the midterm election . . .
12 hour ago - dailykos.com
The President's Emergency Program for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) was arguably President George W. Bush's single greatest achievement. Thanks to American leadership and over $50 billion in U.S. funding committed since President Bush laun . . .
10 hour ago - LA Times / Robyn Dixon
It was an epidemiologist’s worst nightmare: one of the world’s deadliest contagious diseases loose in one of the world’s most densely populated and sometimes chaotic megacities — Lagos, Nigeria.
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10/19/2014 - POLITICO
A federal judge says the ruling won't take effect until Thursday to allow the state to appeal.
23 hour ago - The Guardian / Andrew Sparrow
Rolling coverage of all the days political developments as they happen, including José Manuel Barroso, the European commission president, giving a speech warning David Cameron is making a historic mistake over the EU 4.15pm BST Breaking: Lib De . . .
10/19/2014 - drudge.com
Tear gas and pepper spray hung in the air as police in riot gear descended on Keene, New Hampshire, on Saturday night, trying to disperse a rowdy crowd that brought chaos to the city's 24th annual Pumpkin Festival. Steven French, 18, of Haverhi . . .
8 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jade Walker
Oct 20 (Reuters) - A Missouri state senator was arrested on Monday night outside the police department of the embroiled city of Ferguson, authorities said, in another night of protests following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black . . .
15 hour ago - Examiner
Brian Hughes The White House hit back at a report Monday that it was planning to move forward without Congress on a deal to limit Iran's nuclear capabilities. President Obama has the authority to suspend tough sanctions against Iran in the . . .
17 hour ago - Washington Post / Chris Cillizza
Monica Lewinsky is back. She opened a Twitter account Monday morning.  And then she delivered a speech at the first-ever Forbes "30 under 30" event in Philadelphia, in which she declared: "I was Patient Zero. The first person to have their rep . . .
8 hour ago - nationalreview.com / Dennis Prager
Why do some things scare people more than others do?One reason is that people engage in a rational assessment of risk and conclude the appropriate level of fear. For example, people feel free to walk alone at midnight in Times Square but not in . . .
18 hour ago - Washington Post / Ed O'Keefe
A new television ad from Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn seeks to refute an attack used by her Republican opponent, David Perdue. In the ad, Nunn references a photo taken of her and President Obama that Perdue and other group . . .
10/19/2014 - The Guardian / Nicholas Watt
Justice secretary announces plan to change maximum prison sentence for online abuse from six months to two yearsInternet trolls who spread venom on social media could be jailed for up to two years, the justice secretary Chris Grayling has said . . .
13 hour ago - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
Everyone has opinions about Ebola, even people who aren't familiar with the science of Ebola and how it spreads. Well, at least New York Governor Andrew Cuomo admitted as such when asked about the government response to Ebola cases.
10/19/2014 - patdollard.com / Darby Crash
(CNSNews.com) – Turkey’s president on Sunday rejected U.S. proposals to arm Syrian Kurds fighting against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) near the Turkish border, shortly after the White House said he and President Obama had ple . . .
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14 hour ago - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
Bentley, the dog belonging to Dallas nurse and Ebola patient Nina Pham, is currently being tested by animal services to see if somehow the virus spread to him.
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