Doctor in New York City Is Sick With Ebola

Andrew Cuomo tonight. (Screengrab: nyc.gov). Appearing at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan tonight, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio urged New Yorkers not to panic as a doctor from Harlem fell ill with Ebola. Now, Spencer is the first person with Ebola in New York City — a diagnosis that will be confirmed with […]

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Gluten-free market booming, but researchers aren't sold

The CBC's coverage was exemplary – factual, measured, and above all, avoiding speculation, or specifically identifying it as such. Factual and measured indeed described most (though certainly not all) of the coverage on  The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), together with the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO), the United Negro College (UNCF), […]

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Broncos Cruise Past Chargers

You will not believe what John Boyett did to get arrested. DENVER, CO – OCTOBER 23: Running back Juwan Thompson #40 of the Denver Broncos celebrates after rushing for a 2 yard third quarter touchdown against the San Diego Chargers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on October 23, 2014 in Denver,  Linebacker Corey […]

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Banda El Recodo Member Dies: Aldo Sarabia Found Dead After Missing For A …

General Attorney of Justice in Sinaloa, Marco Antonio Higuera Gómez, confirmed that the member of Banda El Recodo, Aldo Sarabia was killed by his wife and her lover. Additionally, Higuera Gómez stated that Sarabia's wife, Alma Delia Chávez Guerrero  El músico Aldo Sarabia Mialdo, quien es integrante de la Banda Recodo, compuesta por 15 elementos, […]

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Partial Solar Eclipse of Oct. 23: See the First Photos

The moon passed between the Earth and the sun on Thursday, Oct. 23, creating a partial solar eclipse that could potentially be seen by millions of stargazers across most of North America, weather permitting. See photos and video (above) of the partial "With the solar eclipse you get kind of the opposite of the lunar […]

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Why GamerGate Can't Continue

By design, Gamergate is nearly impossible to define. It refers, variously, to a set of incomprehensible Benghazi-type conspiracy theories about game developers and journalists; to a fairly broad group of gamers concerned  In case you're one of the millions who don't know what this term means — first of all, don't feel bad, because it's […]

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Partial solar eclipse coming today

DES MOINES, Iowa — A partial solar eclipse will occur in the skies over Central Iowa on Thursday afternoon. The last solar eclipse occurred in May of 2012, so it's a sight that many people are interested in seeing. A solar  It's not safe either, NASA says, if you're looking at Thursday's partial solar eclipse. […]

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Broncos Cruise Past Chargers

Loading the box like this led to Denver rushing for 36 yards on 20 attempts. That's incredible, but that's what a defense has to do. They have to take away something and force a secondary weapon to beat them. Seattle got physical with the Broncos The Denver Broncos continue their tough stretch through their schedule […]

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Banda El Recodo Member Dies: Aldo Sarabia Found Dead After Missing For A …

Nos despertamos con esta triste noticia Aldo Sarabia, integrante de Banda El Recodo, quien desapareció desde el pasado 13 de octubre, fue encontrado muerto alrededor de las 2 AM. Su cuerpo, ya en estado de  El titular de la Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado de Sinaloa (PGJE), Marco Antonio Higuera Gómez, informó que las […]

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Craig Spencer, Doctor in New York City, Is Sick With Ebola

NEW YORK (PIX11) — A New York doctor has become the first person in the city to test positive for Ebola, developing the illness weeks after treating patients of the deadly disease in West Africa. Craig Spencer, a doctor at  The doctor, who has been identified as Dr. Craig Allen Spencer by New York government […]

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