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Source: www.vox.com - 56 minutes ago
As the worst-ever Ebola outbreak rages on in Africa, the White House announced today that it will ramp up efforts to to combat what President Obama has been calling a "top national security priority." The White House announced a commitment of more than $175 million to the cause. The US effort will ...

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Source: www.businessinsider.com - 43 minutes ago
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with PBS' Charlie Rose last Friday for a two-part interview, the second half of which aired Monday night. Cook went in-depth on Apple's supply chain, trumpeting the high standards Apple holds its contractors to. "W e've audited so deep in our supply chain," said Cook. ...
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Source: www.cbc.ca - 1 hour ago
President Barack Obama's strategy to combat Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is being scrutinized in Congress, where the expanded military campaign has broad support but faces skepticism rooted in more than a decade of war.

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Source: www.businessinsider.com - 56 minutes ago
Scotland's referendum on independence is on Thursday, Sept. 18.  The vote that will decide whether or not Scotland leaves the United Kingdom after a 307-year union. The last two weeks have been far from a snooze-fest.  In the home straight, both the Yes (pro-independence) and No (pro-union) groups ...

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Source: www.washingtonpost.com - 3 hours ago
A U.S. flag flies outside the J. Edgar Hoover Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) building in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013. The FBI is a governmental agency as a division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) established in 1908. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg ...

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Source: www.ibtimes.com - 34 minutes ago
Chinese President Xi Jinping is touring southeast Asia to promote a new “Silk Road” of trading hubs connecting China with the rest of the Asian continent, called the BCIM Corridor, for Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar. Jinping arrived in Sri Lanka Tuesday and announced a new China-backed port ...

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Source: allhiphop.com - 2 hours ago
(AllHipHop News) R&B singer August Alsina collapsed on stage during his concert in New York. Footage of the 22-year-old performer falling out was uploaded to the Internet just hours after the show at Irving Plaza took place. [ALSO READ: Hip-Hop Rumors: August Alsina Argues With Club Promoter ] The ...

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Source: nation.foxnews.com - 1 hour ago
Published September 16, 2014 | FoxNews.com Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was accused of abusing another of his children in an incident more than a year before the All-Pro was indicted on felony charges last week, a Houston television station reported Monday. KHOU-TV reported ...

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Source: www.ibtimes.com - 34 minutes ago
Microsoft has sent business customers an invite to an event that promises a look at the next version of the Windows operating system, as well as future directions for the platform. The event is slated for Sept. 30 in San Francisco. “Join us to hear what’s next for Windows and the enterprise,” says ...

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Source: www.theguardian.com - 3 hours ago
Vaudeville, London This ragbag of sketches pokes fun at shows such as Les Mis and The Book of Mormon and neatly skewers Robert Lindsay Showbiz takes a pop at itself as this fringe hit sending up musical theatre and its stars finds itself in the West End. The little outsider has become part of the ...

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Source: pjmedia.com - 2 hours ago
Carnegie’s Judy Dempsey says the West could lose on three different fronts against Vladimir Putin’s Russia: First, there is a conflict over the sovereignty of Ukraine, which has been compromised by Russian military support for rebels in the east of the country and by the Kremlin’s annexation of ...

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Source: pjmedia.com - 1 hour ago
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: US campus 2014: No booze, no sex, no laughing, & totalitarian politics. Just like the Islamic State only a lot more expensive.

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Source: philadelphia.cbslocal.com - 2 hours ago
6:00 The Eagles rallied in Indianapolis to beat the Colts 30-27. 6:18 New allegations have emerged against Adrian Peterson for disciplining another one of his children. Adrian Peterson (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images) 6:48 Jon Stewart criticized President Obama’s strategy to combat ISIL as ...
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Source: www.vox.com - 49 minutes ago
Last week, in the wake of the NFL's Ray Rice domestic abuse suspension, CBS decided to pull a segment from Thursday Night Football that featured Jay-Z's and Rihanna's song "Run This Town." Now, the network, according to Rihanna, is using the song for its second week of Thursday night coverage. ...

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Source: www.miamiherald.com - 53 minutes ago
A South Sudanese official says the government in a new policy wants all non-governmental organizations to start hiring more nationals.

 
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Source: www.ign.com - 4 hours ago
Nintendo has announced Super Smash Bros. on 3DS enjoyed over 1 million sales in its opening Japanese weekend. The figure, which combines both retail and download numbers for the brawler, paint a positive picture for the company ahead of the Wii U release of the title later this year. Nintendo also ...

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Source: venturebeat.com - 2 hours ago
Above: UC President Janet Napolitano Image Credit: Center for American Progress University of California is on the verge of creating a venture fund of up to $250 million called UC Ventures, according to a press release issued Monday by the UC Office of the President. UC Ventures will only invest ...

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Source: reason.com - 2 hours ago
President Barack Obama will send 3,000 U.S. troops to West Africa to help fight the current Ebola outbreak . On Monday the U.S. launched airstrikes against ISIS targets near Baghdad. According to surveys by regional Federal Reserve Banks, businesses are cutting jobs due to high costs associated ...

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Source: spectrum.ieee.org - 2 hours ago
Last week, Google bought San Francisco startup Lift Labs for an undisclosed price. Lift creates devices to counteract the shaking caused by Parkinson’s disease and “essential tremor,” an even more common medical condition that triggers shaking. The company’s first product, introduced late last year ...
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Source: deadspin.com - 30 minutes ago
There's a decent chance that you didn't even know that the United States defeated Serbia in the gold-medal game of the 2014 FIBA World Cup on Sunday, because not many people give much of a shit about the FIBA World Cup. You know who does give a shit about it, though? Serbians. They give a lot of a ...

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