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This is the World Health Organization’s new estimate of the Ebola outbreak, now considered the worst in history.
The argument against NYC? To quote: “While the Barclays Center is still new and glistening, the great city in which it stands is lurching backwards to the bad old days of high crime, danger-infested public spaces, and families that walk our streets worried for their safety.”
Federal law requires licensed firearms dealers to perform background checks on prospective purchasers and to maintain records of the sales. But unlicensed private sellers — online and at gun shows, for example — are not required to follow the same rules.
The Foley family pleaded with the public not to watch the video.
The Democratic candidate may face an uphill climb in the general election, as recent polling shows the Republican incumbent in the lead.
When Michael Brown’s body was finally laid to rest Monday afternoon it was only after three autopsies, national outrage over his death and a still-uncertain fate for the police officer who shot and killed him.
The seven weeks of fighting left at least 2,000 Palestinians and 68 Israelis dead.
The topic of “inversion” – U.S. companies reducing their tax bill by reincorporating abroad – is getting a lot of attention these days.
President Obama also met with the elderly woman during her visit to the White House.
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