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Spanish Nurse Says She Reported Her Ebola Symptoms Several Times

A Spanish-language newspaper reports that Teresa Romero Ramos told authorities on three separate occasions before her quarantine that she had a fever.
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Kurdish Protesters Killed In Turkey Amid Calls To Save Kobani

At least a dozen demonstrators were killed in clashes with Turkish police. Kurdish protests to demand help for the city besieged by ISIS militants also took place across Europe.
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Man With A Gun Robs Man With A Gun

An man in Oregon had a pistol and was openly carrying it which the state permits. The suspect, who had a more powerful gun, approached the man with the pistol and demanded he give him the weapon.
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Scientists Share Chemistry Nobel For Breakthrough In Microscopy

Two Americans and a German get the prestigious prize for pushing back the limits of what was long thought of as an insurmountable barrier to viewing individual molecules.
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Videos Of Deadly Police Encounters Grab The Media Spotlight, But Why?

Several recent incidents of black men being shot by police have sparked national news coverage and policy debates. We examine what forces in the media and society are fueling this level of attention.
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36 States To Elect Governors Next Month

The midterm elections are less than a month away, and across the country, governors are in trouble. In both parties, state chief executives are facing tough re-election fights.
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CDC Sets Up Mock Ebola Ward Set Up In Alabama

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched a training program for health workers headed for West Africa to help with the outbreak. They're running it at a former Army base in Anniston.
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Protests Disrupt Telescope Groundbreaking In Hawaii

After years of planning, Hawaii's Thirty Meter Telescope broke ground Tuesday. But a group interrupted the ceremony, angry about the telescope's location on a mountain held sacred by Native Hawaiians.
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Restaurants Shave Calories Off New Menu Items

New menu items introduced by chain restaurants in 2013 contained 60 fewer calories, on average, than items on the menu in 2012. And that could be enough to make an impact on the obesity epidemic.
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One U.S. Hospital's Strategy For Stopping Ebola's Advance

There are no known cases of Ebola in Connecticut. But a leading Hartford hospital is already updating its infection controls to stop the virus before it gets a foothold.

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