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Texas Health Nurse Declared Ebola-Free

Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola after caring for the first US patient with the disease, has been successfully treated, according to the National Institutes of Health. Watch: Hey Boston, How Do You Get Ebola? One of The Worst Effects of Ebola (Even For Those Who Don’t Get Sick) When Should You Start Worrying About Ebola? MGH Doctor Breaks It Down

TLC Says Bye Bye to 'Boo Boo' Amid Reported Controversy Over Convicted Criminal

TLC would not explain why the series was being shelved. But this week TMZ reported that the girl’s mother, June Shannon, was in a relationship with a man who was convicted of child molestation.

Colleague Defends Embattled DCF Commissioner—And Her Pension

“She paid into the pension system just like everyone else and earned her retirement.”

Did a NH Congressional Candidate Plagiarize a Speech on Gay Marriage?

New Hampshire Republican congressional candidate Marilinda Garcia has a lot to say about gay marriage. But it looks like she wasn’t the first to say it.

T Alert: The Green Line Will (Finally!) Offer Real-Time Tracking

The MBTA released real-time tracking information for above-ground Green Line trolleys today, making it possible for commuters to track their trains and better plan their commute. MBTA May Scrap Some Green Line Stops 8/22: Green Line Smartphone Tracking Getting Closer

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