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The Cycling Desk: Work Out And Charge Your Phone During A Trip

Stationary bikes that power your gadgets as you pedal are this week's innovation pick. They've already appeared in railway stations and airports in Europe and may be for sale later this year.
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A Glimmer Of Hope: Nigeria May Have Beaten Ebola

In the midst of worldwide panic over Ebola, Africa's most populous nation has started to celebrate. Nigeria's outbreak began in July, and now the country is on the verge of victory.
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Liberia To Prosecute U.S. Ebola Patient For Allegedly Lying On Questionnaire

Officials say that Thomas Eric Duncan, the man who was diagnosed in Dallas with Ebola, lied on an airport form asking whether he'd been in contact with anyone infected with the disease.
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Live at 12:30 PM (ET): What's Next With The Ebola Disaster?

How did a single case of Ebola in Guinea turn into a crisis that has now reached the United States? Four experts join NPR in a webcast to talk about how this happened — and how to stop further spread.
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Ukraine Rebels Break Truce To Make Push For Donetsk Airport

Kiev's forces and pro-Russia separatists have resumed fighting over the government-held airport.
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Officials: 100 'Potential Contacts' Linked To Dallas Ebola Patient

Texas health officials say that "out of an abundance of caution, we're starting with this very wide net."
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Why A Thermometer Is A Good Tool For Airport Ebola Screenings

With ear probes, infrared cameras and laser beams pointed at passengers' foreheads, airports around the world are trying to stop infected travelers before they board a plane.
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The Lasting Legacy Of Woodrow Wilson, D.C.'s Hometown President

Woodrow Wilson may be overshadowed by other presidents of the past century -- but his influence can still be felt in U.S. foreign policy.

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U.N. Report Details Possible War Crimes By Islamic State Militants

The High Commissioner for Human Rights says mass executions, forcing women and girls into sex slavery and the use of child soldiers may constitute war crimes and crimes against humanity.
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Hong Kong Leader Says Government Will Meet With Demonstrators

Leung Chun-ying told reporters that he appointed his deputy to meet with student activists to discuss "constitutional development," but he renewed warnings about occupying government buildings.

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