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It’s been an interesting week in New Orleans-area volleyball to say the least.

Division IV Pope John Paul II swept Country Day, the five-time Division V

A group of athletes from Louisiana who won gold at the Special Olympics' first unified flag football championship shared the spotlight on Friday (Oct. 24) with

One year later, the question remains the same, though the number has shrunk, albeit by a measly three games.

A year ago, as the New Orleans

This is the ninth of a weekly series where we send questions to a reporter who covers LSU's opponent. This week's view "from the other sideline"

The New Orleans Saints did almost everything right in last week's game against the Detroit Lions. The pain of what happened in about the last five

  • A Ottawa police officer holds up a length of police tape for pedestrians leaving the downtown area following shooting incidents in Ottawa October 22, 2014. REUTERS/Blair Gable

  • A Ottawa police officer and service dog run up Metcalfe Street following shootings in downtown Ottawa October 22, 2014.

  • A Turkish Kurdish woman tears as she mourns during the funeral of Kurdish fighters killed during clashes against Islamic State in the Syrian town of Kobani, at a cemetery in the southeastern town of Suruc, Sanliurfa province October 24, 2014.

(CNN) -- She beat Ebola. Now she's eager to resume a normal life -- and reunite with her dog, Bentley.

Nina Pham addressed reporters Friday at the National Institutes of Health hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, shortly after doctors announced that she was free of the Ebola virus.

"I feel fortunate and blessed to be standing here today," she said. "Throughout this ordeal, I have put my faith in God and my medical team.

  • A video shows girls dressed as princesses dropping f-bombs to condemn sexism
  • Sally Kohn: Premise is discrimination against women is more offensive than girls cursing
  • Kohn: Video is an ad for T-shirts, but $5 from each shirt goes to women's rights groups
  • The ad might seem exploitative, but Kohn admits she finds it f**king hilarious

Editor's note:Sally Kohn is an activist, columnist and television commentator. Follow her on Twitter @sallykohn.

Trip Tips: New York City for music lovers
Friday, 24 October 2014 11:25

NEW YORK (Reuters) - There are 8 million rhythms in the naked city.

New York is a center for blues, jazz, folk, rock, hip-hop, punk, classical and other musical styles played in its world-class concert halls, dive bars, parks and museums.

The city that never sleeps moves to the beat of many different drummers, from the timpani player at the New York Philharmonic to the street performer skillfully pounding the bottom of an overturned plastic bucket.

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