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October 24, 2014 18:08
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2 killed, 4 wounded in Washington State school shooting
Two students at a Washington state high school, including the shooter, have been killed and four injured after one of them opened fire early Friday.
This frame grab from a video courtesy of Texas Health Resources, Nurse Nina Pham lies on her hospital bed on October 16, 2014 (AFP Photo / Texas Health Resources) Dallas nurse Nina Pham declared free of Ebola, discharged from hospital
Nina Pham, the Dallas, Texas nurse who recently became the first person to contract the deadly Ebola virus in the United States, has overcome the disease and will be released from the hospital.
NYPD caught dumping gloves, masks from Ebola site into street garbage can (VIDEO)
New York City police officers working around the Harlem apartment of Craig Spencer, the doctor who tested positive for the Ebola virus on Thursday, were caught discarding their protective gloves and masks in a street-corner trash bin.
Screenshot from Anti-Facebook social site Ello gets millions in funding, promises to stay ad-free forever
Ello, the new social-media site that exploded last month, has raised $5.5 million through investors and says a charter that was recently signed by the company’s executives will see to it that users will continue to be offered an ad-free experience.
First lady Michelle Obama (AFP Photo) Michelle Obama hits campaign trail, confuses Democratic candidate for Republican opponent (VIDEO)
First Lady Michelle Obama has once again confused the identity of a Democratic candidate while on the campaign trail ahead of the November 4 elections.
Reuters/Andrew Innerarity Armed crowd marches through downtown St. Louis (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Dozens of armed demonstrators have marched through the downtown St. Louis to confirm their right to carry firearms openly in public. Only some 10 policemen watched the march without much interest, even after the group met counter protesters.
Image from MenswearDog with $15k smile meets fans at NYC dog parade (VIDEO)
A trending dog model Bodhi, better known by his stage name MenswearDog, has attracted dozens of fans for a photo-op at the annual Halloween Dog Parade in NYC. The stylish Shiba Inu was dressed as James Dean, with a red jacket and a white shirt.
Participants wear protective clothing and equipment during training for the Ebola response team at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas October 24, 2014. (Reuters/Darren Abate) Emergency authorization: FDA approves two new Ebola-detection kits
The US medical watchdog has issued an emergency authorization for the use of two new diagnostic toolkits by BioFire Defense designed to detect Ebola virus in people showing signs of infection or those who could have been exposed to the virus.
Image from Unjammable pocket-size drone to descend on US Air Force (VIDEO)
The US military is to get a new drone, small enough to fit into a uniform pocket. The Extreme Access Pocket Flyer, weighing a mere 80 grams, can fly for two hours, transmitting HD-quality video back the whole time without resorting to Wi-Fi.
Reuters / Eduardo Munoz Ebola fears see parents keep kids from Long Island school
Almost 150 kids from the John Pearl Elementary School in Bohemia missed classes for an entire day after their parents learnt of a student’s relatives coming for a visit from Guinea, one the countries hit hardest by the Ebola outbreak.
Reuters / Parwiz ​Pentagon confirms ‘1st US soldier’ dead in Iraq anti-ISIS campaign
A 19-year-old mortarman has become the first US soldier to die in the fight against ISIS in Iraq, albeit from a “non-combat injury,” the Pentagon acknowledged.
Reuters / Max Whittaker ​California cop accused of stealing nude photos from woman’s cell phone
A California Highway Patrol officer has been accused of stealing nude photographs of a woman he pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, and investigators recommend filing criminal charges against him.
Reuters / Eduardo Munoz New York’s top cop calls hatchet assault a ‘terrorist attack’
The hatchet-wielding man who assaulted four New York police officers in Queens conducted a terrorist attack, New York City police said.
Michael Kovac / Getty Images for Vanity Fair / AFP Silicon Valley company paid Indian employees just $1.21 an hour
While many Americans fight for the government to increase the minimum wage across the country, one Silicon Valley company has now been penalized for paying some foreign employees dramatically lower wages.


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