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Dallas nurses cite sloppy conditions in Ebola care

Dallas nurses cite sloppy conditions in Ebola care

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a Liberian Ebola patient was left in an open area of a Dallas emergency room for hours, and the nurses treating him worked for days without proper protective gear and faced constantly changing protocols,
Netflix shares tank 20% on weak results

Netflix shares tank 20% on weak results

Netflix may be paying the price for raising the price of its subscriptions.
Mitt Romney, Scott Brown pair up after 2012 pause

Mitt Romney, Scott Brown pair up after 2012 pause

When Scott Brown was fighting to keep his Senate seat in Massachusetts two years ago, he was forced to keep his distance from a former colleague who also happened to be his party's top gun at the time, Mitt Romney.
Hillary Clinton sharpens message in Kentucky

Hillary Clinton sharpens message in Kentucky

Hillary Clinton sounded a populist tone in a fiery campaign appearance Wednesday, as she continued to unveil a political message ahead of the midterm elections.
Royals sweep Orioles to advance to World Series

Royals sweep Orioles to advance to World Series

The Kansas City Royals defeated the Baltimore Orioles 2-1 on Wednesday to advance to the World Series for the first time since 1985, when they defeated St. Louis 4 games to 3.
This NASA picture of a Jack-o'-Lantern sun is no Halloween trick

This NASA picture of a Jack-o'-Lantern sun is no Halloween trick

It wasn't a trick. But for space geeks, it sure was a treat. An image, taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory on October 8, captured the sun getting into the Halloween spirit.

Bodies fly in 'bubble soccer'

The concept is the same, but the obstacles to get to the end goal are a little bit larger. The sport is Bubble Soccer, and it's taking off in Burlington, Vermont.

'Filth house' horror

At least two of the three babies whose skeletal remains were found in a filthy Massachusetts home were alive "for some period of time" before they were found, prosecutors said in court on Tuesday.

The ISIS fight: opinion shifts

A new NBC-Wall Street Journal poll shows 41% of Americans now think we need U.S. troops on the ground to defeat ISIS. Defense ministers meeting with President Obama this week agree defeating the Islamic State won't be easy.
Police: Baby dies after left alone in crib for 16 hours

Police: Baby dies after left alone in crib for 16 hours

 A 9-month-old Virginia baby died after she was left alone in her crib for 16 hours while her parents drank, police said.
CDC: US health worker with Ebola should not have flown on commercial jet

CDC: US health worker with Ebola should not have flown on commercial jet

The second Dallas health care worker who was found to have the Ebola virus should not have boarded a commercial jet Monday, health officials say.
Bowe Bergdahl's hometown uneasy about its one-time hero

Bowe Bergdahl's hometown uneasy about its one-time hero

HAILEY, Idaho (CNN) -- In the days after Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was released from nearly five years in captivity, yellow ribbons and banners celebrating his release decorated the main street, red-bricked storefronts of his hometown.
U.S. troops assisting in Ebola mission may be quarantined

U.S. troops assisting in Ebola mission may be quarantined

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- In an unprecedented move to protect U.S. troops that might be exposed to Ebola, U.S.
2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts

2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts

(CNN) -- Here is a look at the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season. Facts: The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. The areas covered include the North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea.
Nurse organization writes Obama in call for change to combat Ebola

Nurse organization writes Obama in call for change to combat Ebola

In lieu of another nurse being diagnosed with Ebola, the National Nurses United sent a letter to President Obama to call for change to combat the deadly virus. You can read their letter below: