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What if Ebola Made it to Boston?

Boston public health officials at a briefing Wednesday morning began to outline plans for the “very low” likelihood that the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) would make it to Massachusetts. Ebola Fight Grows Harder as Doctors Retreat US Doctor With Ebola Says He’s Recovering UN Urges Exit Screening for Ebola at Some Airports

Report: U.S. Staged Failed Secret Syria Mission to Rescue Foley

Special Operations forces carried out the unsuccessful operation this summer to rescue Foley and other Americans held in Syria. New Hampshire Officials Mourn Foley's Death Twitter Tries to Block Images of Foley Killing

Attorney: Tsarnaev Friend to Plead Guilty in Obstruction Charges

The US Attorney’s office announced a “change of plea” hearing would be scheduled in the case of Dias Kadyrbayev.

Curt Schilling Reveals Mouth Cancer Diagnosis

Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling revealed this morning that he was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma, a cancer of the mouth, and said he believes chewing tobacco was the cause.

Rick Perry, Bad Boy and Texas Governor, Takes a Mean Mug Shot

With graying side burns, a twinkle in his eye, and a wry smile painted across his face, Texas Governor Rick Perry’s mug shot is a sight to behold. Heck, it’s got everything you could ask for from a politician who was just indicted. Well, almost everything. Indictment Won’t Stop Rick Perry from Visiting N.H. Saturday Texas’ Rick Perry Indicted for Abuse of Power Defiant Perry Booked on Felonies, Then Has Ice Cream

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