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(Atlanta, GA) -- Emory University Hospital says nurse Amber Vinson is free of Ebola and will be released this morning. The hospital will hold a press conference today at 1 p.m. Eastern to discuss her release. Vinson is one of two nurses in Texas who contracted Ebola caring for...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama hits the campaign trail today for Democratic governors and governor candidates. Between today and Sunday, Obama will campaign in a half-dozen states. With low favorability ratings, Obama has not been asked to campaign for Democratic senators...
(Undated) -- People are turning to smartphone apps to help them get ready for Halloween. Senior Product Manager Galileo Vieira with Microsoft recommends his favorite app called "Halloween Soundboard" to push your party over the top. Other popular Halloween apps are food and...
(Toronto, Canada) -- Rob Ford will not be handing over the job of Toronto mayor to his brother. However, Ford hinted Monday night that he might run for mayor in 2018. The voters of Toronto elected Conservative leader John Tory over Ford's brother, Doug Ford, by a slim margin in...
(New York, NY) -- There are calls for action after two Bronx brothers from Senegal were bullied by classmates. Ousmane Drame says his boys loved going to school until kids punched and beat them, calling them "Ebola." The nine-year-old and eleven-year-old boys ended up in the...
(San Diego, CA) -- A San Diego company claims they can now detect if a patient has Ebola in less than ten minutes. The breakthrough technology is called "Ebola Plus," and it uses a single drop of blood. Once blood is drawn, a silicon chip is used to detect the virus as blood...
(Ontario) -- Canadians are saying goodbye to the solder who was senselessly murdered by a lone wolf extremist. Corporal Nathan Cirillo is being laid to rest today. Prime Minister Stephen Harper is among the many mourners expected to pack an Ontario cathedral to pay their...
(Washington, DC) -- White House spokesman Josh Earnest is criticizing officials for treatment of a healthcare worker in New Jersey. Kaci Hickox recently returned to the U.S. from West Africa, where she had been treating Ebola patients. She was placed in a tent at a Newark...
(Washington, DC) -- The Army is isolating roughly a dozen soldiers at a base in Italy after they spent time in West Africa. There are several hundred U.S. forces helping West African nations deal with the Ebola crisis and up to four-thousand could be deployed in coming weeks and...