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Leonard Nimoy died Feb. 27 at 83.
Starship Enterprise’s Vulcan was the ultimate outsider — a trait that his portrayer said he understood well.
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Chinese hackers recently breached the federal weather network. NOAA had called the interruption “unscheduled maintenance."
The breach forced cybersecurity teams to seal off data vital to disaster planning, aviation, shipping and scores of other crucial uses, officials said.
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Legendary editor Ben Bradlee, who led The Washington Post's coverage of Watergate, died Tuesday at 93.
Ben Bradlee’s gift for leadership and zest for journalism — and life — made him the most celebrated editor of his era. He directed The Post’s coverage of Watergate, which resulted in the only resignation of a president in U.S. history.
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Inequality starts in the crib. 
Hard to rise, and harder to fall: Poor college grads stay poor about as much as rich high school dropouts stay rich.
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This is where is luck ....... talent is nothing if you are not born at lucky place
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Everything healthcare workers must do to protect against Ebola. 
The infection of two Dallas health care workers has highlighted vulnerabilities in the CDC’s protocols for those dealing with Ebola patients. The current protocol allows for potential skin exposure of caregivers. The CDC is revising those guidelines and will likely make them more similar to those used in biological containment facilities.
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From somebody who has had to use this stuff - the face shield - when you are working, touches your chest. There is no gap. There needs to be some air circulation around the face - all that stuff is extremely hot to wear - never mind work in. You'll pass out from the heat. I suspect - although I can't prove it - that the problem comes about when they are taking this stuff off. They could be doing a lot of little tiny things - any one of which could contaminate them. All of you back seat drivers need to lay off. All this picking and pecking serves no purpose at all. They are going to figure this out as quickly as possible. NOBODY wants this to spread and NOBODY intentionally made the mistakes. They need your support - not your barbs. Shame on you. 
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New York, of course.
Want to understand how the economy is changing? Look at which cities are attracting college grads.
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Educated servants to the wealthy wogs buying up all the property. "Hurry up, Chad. Hop Sing wants his supper."
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A decision has been made in Ferguson.
A grand jury has reached a decision on whether to indict officer Darren Wilson, sources close to the process said. Press conferences are expected by the county prosecutors’ office and the Missouri governor later today.
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Well Derek does the peak of the beak equal the angle of the dangle. JB
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This #Halloween , reach for the fruit-flavored candy.
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Superhero fever won't last forever. 
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"There’s no one available for the wives." 
Two women narrate their ordeals. “You will hear of a wife murdered before you hear another one come forward.”
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Yes for sure!! Anyone that is hurting any one . To get life in prison for murder is a joke!! It just really sucks it seems like its a reward . And most of the scum love it there and would not have it any other way. I'm not talking about slapping someone around . Any one that beat anyone....
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Despite the infection-control efforts, a nurse, Nina Pham, 26, somehow contracted Ebola.
As Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan’s condition worsened, workers at a Dallas hospital donned more layers of protective clothing to guard against the virus.
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Apparently their protocols were anything but sufficient according to nurses. I believe I would have walked out.
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Teenagers are being bought and sold by fighters for as little as $1,000.
The extremist group said Yazidi women captured in northern Iraq have been sold as concubines.
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+Joe Friedman No is the obvious answer, however, we have spent (borrowed) hundreds of billions..think about that for a minute...hundreds of billions, trying to make tribal religious zealots to get along long enough for "the private" sector to run a straw into the oil, otherwise we wouldnt even be there.

So we spend all this money on "smart bombs" and make defense companies rich, but we have done nothing, with all this money but have to watch another faction start a slaughter.

If not AlQuieda, or Isis, then who? It will be someone. Win, or get out. Collateral damage sucks, but eliminating one group so another head removing group can move in is worse. Let them fight it out, or crush it until nothing moves.

This has gone on forever there, now there is just a ton more media around it.
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