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New York Giants Victor Cruz
New York Giants Victor Cruz (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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Philly Radio Host Tweets “Dance to That” After Giant’s Victor Cruz Injures Knee

A Philadelphia sports radio host is being roasted coast-to-coast after a Tweet he posted following Giants Wide Receiver Victor Cruz tore his Patella tendon Sunday evening.

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German Red Cross Trains Ebola Volunteers
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5 Things You Should Know About Ebola — How It Spreads, Symptoms & More

Ebola is all over the headlines lately. Here are some helpful facts about the deadly disease (that you're not going to catch).

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Nurse in Dallas Becomes First Ebola Patient Infected in U.S.; CDC Urges Calm(?)

The second-ever diagnosis of Ebola in America occurred this weekend, but still, there's no reason to panic. You won't catch Ebola, don't worry.

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Seattle to monitor your trash for recyclables
Seattle to monitor your trash for recyclables . (Photo by Alan Crowhurst/ Getty Images)
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Recycle “Police” to Inspect Citizens Garbage in Seattle – Will Issue Tickets!

This isn't a joke, it's real!  Seattle to peek in your dumpster, to see if you're throwing away food or compostable materials!   If you are, it's a ticket!

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New Research Shows Memory Loss From Alzheimer’s May Be Reversible

Encouraging new research may show that it’s possible to reverse the memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease—if it’s caught early.

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Ebola Prank Leads to Terrifying Hazmat Scene on Airplane [VIDEO]

A man on a flight Wednesday from Philadelphia to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic sneezed and then joked he may have Ebola after being in Africa.

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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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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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