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Latinos say cash goes missing in Arizona arrests

Monday, 27 October 2014 12:20
PHOENIX (AP) — Armando Gutierrez was headed to Las Vegas with cash from his 2011 tax refund when he and his friends were pulled over by a sheriff's deputy. Deputy Charley Armendariz found that the driver and another passenger had a small amount of pot and spotted nearly $5,000 in the glove box. He seized the money and arrested Gutierrez for having an outstanding warrant for fishing without a license, the police report said.
Controversy brews over Thomas Eric Duncan's death
Monday, 27 October 2014 12:20
DALLAS (AP) — Of the nine people who have been treated for Ebola in the United States, only one has died. Family members of Thomas Eric Duncan, who was diagnosed with the virus in Dallas after arriving from Liberia, say he did not get all the help they wanted before he died Oct. 8. They now question why his care was different in some ways than that of other patients treated in the U.S.
Christie poilcy said to create 'police state'
Monday, 27 October 2014 12:20
Ebola survivor Rick Sacra, an American doctor infected in Liberia and treated last month in the United States, says the 21-day mandatory quarantine on returning health care workers imposed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday is unnecessary for those not showing symptoms and creates the feeling of a "police state." "I'm sure it's effective, but it's more than what's needed medically," Sacra said on the "Today" show Monday. "We know that individuals who…
Rob Ford to be replaced
Monday, 27 October 2014 12:20
By Andrea Hopkins (Note: Story contains graphic language in the penultimate paragraph.) TORONTO (Reuters) - Toronto voters were set to replace their notorious mayor, Rob Ford, in Monday's election after Ford dropped out of the race in September after being diagnosed with cancer, but his elder brother still has a shot at the city's top job. Ford, who made global headlines last year when he admitted to using crack cocaine while in office, has not…
Bush clan mostly on board with a Jeb presidential bid
Monday, 27 October 2014 11:21
The Bush family appears to be coalescing around the idea of Jeb Bush presidential run, despite some hesitation from members of the family who were concerned about entering the national spotlight for the third time. PlayVideoPolitics and Power Jeb Bush addresses political aspirations Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush spoke at an award dinner in New York City and said he will decide on a 2016 White House bid after the mid-term elect.
N.J. Gov. Christie takes to Twitter to defend Ebola policies
Monday, 27 October 2014 11:21
The governors of New York and New Jersey came under heavy fire after being the first to implement a policy of mandatory quarantines for healthcare workers exposed to the Ebola virus arriving in their states. N.J. Gov. Chris Christie has been adamant in his defense that it is both his right to do it, and that it is the right thing to do. One of the ways he has been expressing this is through his…
Rob Ford's possible replacement also raises eyebrows
Monday, 27 October 2014 11:19
By Andrea Hopkins (Note: Story contains graphic language in the penultimate paragraph.) TORONTO (Reuters) - Toronto voters were set to replace their notorious mayor, Rob Ford, in Monday's election after Ford dropped out of the race in September after being diagnosed with cancer, but his elder brother still has a shot at the city's top job. Ford, who made global headlines last year when he admitted to using crack cocaine while in office, has not…
Florida A&M hazing scandal heads to court
Monday, 27 October 2014 11:19
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The trials of three of four members of Florida A&M University's marching band on charges of felony hazing and manslaughter have been postponed until April. But the trial of a fourth member began with jury selection Monday, nearly three years after drum major Robert Champion died from being beaten. Judge Renee Roche delayed the trial for defendants Benjamin McNamee, Aaron Golson and Darryl Cearnel after their attorneys said they did not…
Conteroversy brews over Thomas Eric Duncan's death
Monday, 27 October 2014 11:19
DALLAS (AP) — Of the nine people who have been treated for Ebola in the United States, only one has died. Family members of Thomas Eric Duncan, who was diagnosed with the virus in Dallas after arriving from Liberia, say he did not get all the help they wanted before he died Oct. 8. They now question why his care was different in some ways than that of other patients treated in the U.S.
Can Seasonal Demand Stabilize Gold Prices?
Monday, 27 October 2014 10:20
The strengthening dollar coupled with weak demand and strong US economic data has caused the yellow metal a lot of trouble. Gold has been struggling of late, much like its 28% fall in value last year. Also, it has been a topsy-turvy ride for the metal. It began the year on a strong note but lost pace around June when gold prices plummeted to $1,244 per ounce in the first week of June as positive…

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