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US to increase airport screenings for Ebola - Ebola strikes Spanish nurse who treated priests - Dallas patient critical, American journalist undergoing evaluation - KURTZ: Media scaremongering on Ebola? - VIDEO: How do you clean up Ebola?

Monday, 06 October 2014 20:13
President Obama is expected to meet with top health and security officials on Monday to consider whether to launch additional screening at U.S. airports for some travelers arriving from Ebola-stricken African nations. Two top U.S. health officials confirmed to Fox News on Monday that they were looking at those options as they try to contain the Ebola virus. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT "What will be discussed at the White House is the issue of entry screening," Dr.
Brazil's Rousseff, Neves race for support in election runoff
Monday, 06 October 2014 20:12
Brazil's presidential candidate Dilma Rousseff (L) of Workers Party (PT) greets Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) as they take part in a TV debate in Rio de Janeiro October 2, 2014. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes By Paulo Prada RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Brazilians vote Sunday in the most unpredictable presidential election in decades and the first since the end of an economic boom underpinning the leftist Workers’ Party’s 12-year rule.
Interview: Senator says Congress should debate use of force against Islamic terrorist group
Monday, 06 October 2014 19:17
NEW YORK – U.S. Sen. Bob Casey says it would be "very healthy" for the United States if members of Congress spend about two weeks getting briefings, holding hearings, and having a real debate about authorizing the use of force against the Islamic State terrorist group. The Pennsylvania Democrat said in an interview Monday with The Associated Press that even if members believe, as he does, that President Barack Obama has the legal authority to…
Judge: Workers can take control of shuttered Argentine RR Donnelley plant
Monday, 06 October 2014 19:17
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – An Argentine judge has ruled that the shuttered local subsidiary of Chicago-based printing company R.R. Donnelley & Sons can continue operations under the control of a workers' cooperative. The company closed its plant on the outskirts of Buenos Aires in August, filing for bankruptcy citing tough economic times in Argentina, which is plagued by recession and one of the world's highest inflation rates. At the time, workers protested outside the shuttered…
DAMAGE CONTROL: Biden remarks shake up US-Arab alliance in ISIS fight
Monday, 06 October 2014 19:12
This time, Joe Biden’s gaffes are causing an international fracas. The vice president has apologized twice now for suggesting last week that key U.S. allies inflamed the situation in Syria by sending arms and money to extremists opposed to Bashar Assad. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT The fallout over Biden’s remarks is perhaps unprecedented – his verbal miscues typically cause headaches for the White House, but otherwise are diplomatically harmless.
TODD STARNES HS blocks kids from forming Christian club
Monday, 06 October 2014 19:12
After being banned and then reinstated from campus last year, the Christian Club at Ward-Melville High School is once again fighting for recognition. (Courtesy John Raney) Educators at Ward Melville High School are either woefully ignorant of the U.S. Constitution or they really don’t like Christian teenagers. For the second year in a row, the Long Island, New York high school has denied students the right to form a Christian club.
US to increase airport screenings for Ebola - Spanish nurse tests positive for Ebola - Dallas patient critical, American journalist undergoing evaluation - KURTZ: Media scaremongering on Ebola? - VIDEO: How do you clean up Ebola?
Monday, 06 October 2014 19:12
President Obama is expected to meet with top health and security officials on Monday to consider whether to launch additional screening at U.S. airports for some travelers arriving from Ebola-stricken African nations. Two top U.S. health officials confirmed to Fox News on Monday that they were looking at those options as they try to contain the Ebola virus. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT "What will be discussed at the White House is the issue of entry screening," Dr.
Hong Kong democracy protests fade, face test of stamina
Monday, 06 October 2014 19:11
Government employees arrive to work as they walk along an area occupied by protesters outside of the government headquarters building in Hong Kong October 6, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaGovernment employees arrive to work as they walk along an area occupied by protesters outside of the government headquarters building in Hong Kong October 6, 2014.
Police chief: Important not to rush case against suspect in college student disappearance
Monday, 06 October 2014 18:17
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Charlottesville's police chief said Monday that it's important not to rush the case against the man accused in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student, despite criticism of some of his decisions. About a week after Hannah Graham disappeared Sept. 13, Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr. came to the police station to ask for a lawyer. Matthew's apartment had just been searched and while not a suspect at the time, he was…
Pentagon spending as much as $1.1 billion on Iraq, Syria operations against Islamic State
Monday, 06 October 2014 18:17
WASHINGTON – The Pentagon has spent as much as $1.1 billion on U.S. military operations against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria since the mission began in mid-June, including more than $62 million alone in Navy airstrikes and Tomahawk cruise missiles. U.S. Central Command says the Navy has dropped roughly 185 munitions, including 47 cruise missiles launched from ships in the region. Central Command, in data released Monday, said Air Force fighter jets have…

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