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Last fall, a mother driving a vehicle with five children inside was pulled over for speeding in New Mexico. The dramatic minutes that followed showing a series of confrontations between the driver and officers were caught on a police dashboard video camera and made national news. The motorist peels away and is stopped again. One […]

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he dog of Nina Pham, the Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola from a Liberian patient, will have his urine and feces collected and tested for the fatal virus. The testing of Bentley, a long-eared spaniel, will begin tomorrow and occur two more times until his 21-day quarantine period ends Nov. 1, said Sana Syed, a […]

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Five local schools districts are being pro-active to keep their staff and students safe. Superintendents in Moore and Newcastle sent out mass phone and text messages to hundreds of parents Sunday warning them to be on high alert. They said students and staff were on a cruise with the Dallas healthcare worker who treated Thomas […]

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At 3:30 a.m. in the world’s biggest Ebola treatment center, Daniel Lucey found the outbreak reduced to its essentials: patients lying on mattresses on the floor and vomiting in the dark, visible only by the wavering flashlight beam of a single volunteer doctor. “I don’t see a light at the end of the tunnel,” said […]

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) brought her populist message Saturday to this small college town to rev up the final weeks of Sen. Al Franken’s reelection campaign, but also to claim the mantle of the modern liberal movement’s political godfather. Speaking before more than 400 people at Carleton College, Warren repeatedly invoked the spirit of the […]

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The maelstrom of Ebola fears in the United States has swirled around one Dallas hospital, where the only U.S. patient has died, two nurses became infected and traveling employees triggered fearful scrambles. With the eyes of the nation upon it, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, in a full-page newspaper ad, knelt once more for an apology. […]

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Sophie Arie talks to MSF’s president, Joanne Liu, about her frustrations at the slow international response to the Ebola epidemic Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), the humanitarian medical charity, has been on the front lines of the Ebola epidemic since it began. It has had a major role in the international effort to control the outbreak, […]

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Robotics researchers from around the country are working together to come up with technology that could help fight the deadly Ebola outbreak. Scientists are considering telepresence robots that could act as rolling interpreters, autonomous vehicles that could deliver food and medicine, and robots that could decontaminate equipment and help bury the victims of Ebola. Josephus […]

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