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"Not the Magic Bullet": 5 More Ebola Vaccines to Be Tested

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"I Told Him He Was Loved": Bystander to Dying Soldier

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Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 at 11:42 PM

Rifle-Toting Man Fires 28 Times on Neighbor: Police

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Frank Mankiewicz, Aide to Robert Kennedy, Dies at 90

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Suspect in 2002 Beheading of U.S. Journalist Released

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NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola, Officials Urge Calm

Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 at 6:19 PM

Ebola Lessons Hit Close to Home for Nursing School

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Dallas Ebola Victim's Family Considering Lawsuit

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NYC-Area Agencies Detail Ebola Preparedness Plans

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High School Changes Plan for Artificial Turf Field

Kennedy Catholic High School in Burien, Washington, was three days away from installing crumb rubber turf in a $2.4 million field renovation when school officials saw an NBC Nightly News report on concerns about potential long-term health effects from playing on such fields. “My reaction was, ‘We can’t put this on our field,’” Principal Mike Prato said this week. The school went instead with a more-expensive field that uses “Nike Grind” – or recycled sneakers -– for cushioning instead of tires. A trade group that represents manufacturers of artificial crumb rubber fields cited numerous studies that show no negative health effects, saying there's "a preponderance of evidence" that it is safe. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Consumer Product Safety Commission, meanwhile, have conducted “limited” studies that found no increased health risks with crumb rubber. But some pediatricians, scientists and advocacy groups believe more research is needed. Read »
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Girl, 4, Found Dead at NYC Homeless Shelter: Police

Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 at 11:04 PM

Ebola Nurse: Why Has Amber Vinson Recovered so Quickly?

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15-Year-Old Teen Conspired to Kill Parents, Stabbed Brother

A Michigan couple is standing by their adopted 15-year-old daughter after she allegedly conspired with her older boyfriend to kill them and stabbed her kid brother. Prosecutors have charged Roksana Sikorski as an adult for the Oct. 17 attack, but her parents say she suffers from mental illness and was under the sway of her 23-year-old Michael Rivera, whom she met on Facebook. The girl is being held on $1 million bond. Read »
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3 Dead, 2 Injured in Md. Mid-Air Collision

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