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Protests peaceful as questions about deaths loom
ST. LOUIS, Mo.--Crowds grew larger and more diverse as peaceful protesters shut down parts of the city while the investigations into the deaths of two black teenagers killed by police went on with few answers. "Ferguson October," a planned weekend of ...
Missouri Police Shootings Spark Protests, ArrestsWall Street Journal
St. Louis Protesters Clash With Police OfficersNBCNews.com
17 arrested in St. Louis during 'Ferguson October' protestLos Angeles Times
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Aaron Rodgers Steals Dan Marino's Fake Spike And Stuns The Dolphins In Final ...
Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates the winning touchdown during a game against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on October 12, 2014 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images). Aaron Rodgers took a ...
Aaron Rodgers' late heroics lift Packers over DolphinsUSA TODAY
Packers score with 3 seconds left to beat Dolphins, 27-24Los Angeles Times
Rodgers, Packers edge Tannehill, DolphinsFox News
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Tom Brady leads Patriots over Bills
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — A game that began with such hope for the Buffalo Bills, as the team's new owners, Terry and Kim Pegula, who have vowed to keep the franchise in this city, were introduced, ended the way so many against the Patriots have before: ...
Patriots Stock Report: Big Play Ninkovich Puts Up Hat Trick of Sacks in Win Over ...Boston.com
Brady leads Patriots to 37-22 win over BillsUSA TODAY
Patriots survive injuries, beat Bills, 37-22Boston Herald
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Patient quarantined, taken to Boston in 'Ebola protocol'
BRAINTREE — A Braintree medical center was briefly closed and a patient who had been to West Africa was isolated outside the facility after complaining of headaches and muscle aches, officials at the facility said. Public safety officials had closed Harvard ...
Patient with Ebola symptoms transferred to Boston hospitalReuters
Clinic Near Boston QuarantinedWall Street Journal
Boston-area clinic evacuated amid Ebola nervousnessLos Angeles Times
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California police field reports of creepy clowns
(Reuters) - Reports of creepy clowns carrying knives and other weapons have been scaring people in the California city of Bakersfield for the past week, police said on Sunday. In the latest incident, a person telephoned the Bakersfield Police Department on ...
After-dark clown sightings trouble California cityThe Seattle Times
Police: 'Creepy clowns' menacing townThe Patriot-News - PennLive.com
No laughing matter: Creepy clowns spotted lurking the streets at nightkfor.com
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Ravens score 38 points in first half, roll to easy, 48-17 win over Tampa Bay
Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. (Kim Klement / USA Today Sports /October 12, 2014). «2 · ». 1/13. By Jeff Zrebiec The Baltimore Sun.
Baltimore Ravens vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Game RecapThe Baltimore Wire
Flacco throws 5 TDs Ravens rout BuccaneersFOXSports.com
Vincent Jackson Makes History for TB BucsSports Talk Florida
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Texas health worker who tested positive for Ebola wore 'full' protective gear
In the first apparent case of Ebola transmission in the United States, a Texas nurse who treated an Ebola-stricken Liberian man has tested positive for the deadly virus. The preliminary test result was announced early Sunday, four days after the death of Ebola ...
Second Ebola case tests health-care readinessPolitico
Texas Hospital Worker Tests Positive for EbolaPhilly.com
CDC: Texas Health Worker Tests Positive For EbolaHuffington Post
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Denizens sport pink to raise awareness on breast cancer
HYDERABAD: Thousands of denizens on Sunday participated in the Pink Ribbon breast cancer walk to raise awareness for early detection of breast cancer that affects more than 1.3 lakh women in the country each year. The Pink Ribbon walk was held at ...
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'Breach in protocol' caused second US Ebola infection
A Dallas health care worker who provided care for the Ebola patient who died there last week tested positive for the deadly virus -- and sent health officials scrambling Sunday to find the "breach in protocol" that resulted in her infection. The woman was among ...
Texas health worker becomes first person to contract Ebola in USReuters
Should US Ebola Health Workers Worry?Daily Beast
Texas Hospital Worker Tests Positive for EbolaU.S. News & World Report
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Jerod Mayo suffers knee injury
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- New England Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo was carted off the field with a knee injury in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills, and his return has been ruled out by the team. Play Video · Ramifications Of ...
Pats linebacker Jerod Mayo leaves with knee injuryMiamiHerald.com
Patriots' Jerod Mayo injured, out for game vs. BillsBoston Globe
New England Patriots lose Jerod Mayo to knee injuryNFL.com
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Stock Watch: Mississippi State snatches No. 1 in Amway Coaches Poll
Mississippi State is bowl eligible. As Bulldogs' coach Dan Mullen said following his team's latest victory Saturday, that used to be a big deal around Starkville. But there's even bigger news for Mississippi State after its takedown of defending SEC champ ...
Mississippi-mania: Bulldogs take No. 1 in AP pollNewsday
Magnolia State rises to No. 1 on Mike Herndon's AP ballot, but which team?AL.com
Mississippi State rises to No. 1 in AP Top 25Charlotte Observer
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Drone strikes on Isis loom large
Hundreds of airstrikes have dominated the opening of the US-led battle against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or Isis. But in the coming months a more carefully calibrated, but no less controversial, tactic to combat Isis is likely to come into focus.
NBC Reporter: US Failing To Stop ISIS [VIDEO]Daily Caller
McCain urges ground troops to defeat Isis: 'They're winning, and we're not'The Guardian
Kerry Says US, Allies Will Prevail Over Islamic StateRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
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Thunder's Kevin Durant has Jones fracture in right foot
Reigning NBA MVP Kevin Durant has a fracture in his right foot that will likely require surgery and could keep the Oklahoma City Thunder star off the floor for up to two months, the team announced Sunday. According to Thunder general manager Sam Presti, ...
Kevin Durant Has Fractured Right Foot, Could Miss 6 To 8 WeeksHuffington Post
Thunder have a Kevin Durant-sized hole to fill for the next couple of monthsWashington Post
OKC Thunder: Kevin Durant fractures right foot; could be out up to two monthsNewsOK.com
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Braley, Ernst try to appeal to undecided voters
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DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — The candidates in the Iowa Senate race aggressively attacked each other Saturday in their second debate, as they both seek to appeal to undecided voters in the tight race. Democratic U.S. Rep. Bruce Braley accused Republican ...
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A third of breast cancers can be prevented, new research says
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Maybe you're too cool to wear a pink ribbon, or too jaded to join a race “for the cure.” But that doesn't mean breast-cancer events have nothing to do with you. Fundraising organizations such as the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and the Breast Cancer ...
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Oscar Pistorius sentencing: Paralympic star to find out if he will be jailed for ... - The Independent
Oscar Pistorius sentencing: Paralympic star to find out if he will be jailed for ...
Disgraced former athlete Oscar Pistorius will return to court on Monday to discover his sentence for the 2013 Valentine's Day killing of Reeva Steenkamp. But South African prosecutors are refusing to say what charge they will push for or whether they will ...
Oscar Pistorius faces sentencing this weekBoston.com
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Liberia Races To Expand Ebola Treatment Facilities, As US Troops Arrive
PAYNESVILLE, LIBERIA - OCTOBER 12: Mohammed Jan Jallo, 40, smiles while looking over a letter from Doctors Without Borders (MSF), labeling him as Ebola-free, folowing his recovery at the MSF treatment center on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, ...
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Liberia Races To Expand Ebola Treatment Facilities, As US Troops Arrive
PAYNESVILLE, LIBERIA - OCTOBER 12: Ebola survivors prepare to leave the Doctors Withouth Borders (MSF), treatment center after recovering from the virus on October 12, 2014 in Paynesville, Liberia. About 40 percent of people who contract the disease ...
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Stephen Collins dropped by his agency
June 17, 2013. Stephen Collins attends the premiere party for "Devious Maids" at the Bel-Air Bay Club in Los Angeles. (The Associated Press). Stephen Collins has suffered another blow to his career in the wake of the shocking charges of child molestation ...
Stephen Collins Dropped by Agency Amid Abuse AllegationsWicked Local Hingham
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Texas health care worker tests positive for Ebola
A health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for the Ebola patient who died there last week has tested positive for the deadly virus, authorities said Sunday. The care-giver reported having a fever Friday night and was ...
Texas health worker becomes second person diagnosed in US with EbolaReuters
Texas reports second Ebola casePolitico
The Ebola Threat: Update from DallasNBCNews.com
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