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Seattle City Council Drops use of Columbus Day
Seattle City Council Drops use of Columbus Day (Photo by Dan Callister/Newsmakers)
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Seattle City Council Drops Columbus Day in Favor of “Indigenous Persons Day”

Because protestors say Christopher Columbus was a brutal tyrant towards the native peoples when he landed in 'America,'  Seattle City Council has changed the name.

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Ebola virus, microscopic image
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First U.S. Ebola Patient Dies in Dallas Hospital

The Liberian man who was diagnosed last month with Ebola, the first such case in the United States, died Wednesday morning at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

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Supreme Court refuses to hear appeals supporting traditional marriages
Supreme Court refuses to hear appeals supporting traditional marriages (Photo by Pablo Martinez Monsivais-Pool/Getty Images)
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Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Judicial Appeals on Same-Sex Marriage

Monday, the United State Supreme Court refused to hear appeals on lower-court judicial rulings that affect same-sex marriage.  Lower-Court  judges, in five separate cases in Virginia, Oklahoma, Utah, Wisconsin and Indiana, said state Constitutional Amendments defining marriage as being between a woman and a man were unconstitutional.   The Supreme Court refused to hear challenges that support these amendments.

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CDC may, if needed, send US Ebola evacuees from Africa to Harborview
CDC may, if needed, send US Ebola evacuees from Africa to Harborview (Townsquare media image)
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Seattle’s Harborview Hospital Asked to Take Ebola Evacuees If Needed

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC has asked the noted Seattle hospital to consider taking US residents who may need treatment after evacuation from West Africa.

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Healthcare providers preparing for Ebola just to be safe
Healthcare providers preparing for Ebola just to be safe (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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Washington State Health Officials Preparing for Possibility of Ebola – Just In Case

the Washington State Department of Health reports precautions are being put in place.

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New 4th District Poll shows a close race
New 4th District Poll shows a close race (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)
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New Poll Suggests Didier Leading Slightly + Lots of Undecided Voters

According to a very recent FreedomWorks poll,   Clint Didier is leading Dan Newhouse by a margin of 35 to 33 percent, but 26 percent say they are undecided.

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Rochester Invisibility device
Rochester Invisibility device (Courtesy of J Allen Fenster-University of Rochester)
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Researchers Invent ‘Invisibility Cloak’ for $100 — Hides Nearly Everything

Move over Harry Potter and the cloak of invisibility -- this one cost only $100!

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AG Eric Holder finally resigns
AG Eric Holder finally resigns (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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Eric Holder Resigns, Tenure Marked by Some of Worst Scandals in Recent Memory

The Associated Press said outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder brought "change" to the office and the Obama Administration.  That's putting it mildly.

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Marijuana industry business people say system already broken
Marijuana industry business people say system already broken (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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State System Already Broken Says Pot Growers and Sellers

It was supposed to be a win-win.    People clamoring for their weed would be able to legally smoke it,   the state would sell it making millions and millions in revenue, the debt would shrink, and everyone would be happy. It's not turning out that way.

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Stewart will not face charges
Stewart will not face charges (Getty Images)
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Driver Struck by Tony Stewart Had Pot In System – Enough To “Impair Judgement”

According to a shocking report released Wednesday afternoon, Tony Stewart has been cleared of wrongdoing in the tragic death of sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr. in part because the District Attorney's report says Ward was high on marijuana!

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