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White House Sharpens Focus On ISIS Moves In Anbar Province
Militants from the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, control about 80 percent of Iraq's Anbar Province. Joint Chiefs Chairman General Martin Dempsey says ISIS could eventually shell Baghdad Airport.
Fears Of A U.S. Ebola Outbreak Prompt Travel Ban Proposals
Congressional Republicans continue to call for a ban on travel from the West African nations caught up in the Ebola outbreak. The Obama administration, however, remains firm in opposing a travel ban.
Hot Dog Suit Costs Irish Movie Theater $25,000
Carl Meade was fired when cameras caught him paying for a regular hot dog instead of an extra large one. He told the court it was an innocent mistake. The company was ordered to pay compensation.
Washington, D.C. Election Guide Uses Upside-Down Flag
The Washington Post reported the mistake. But officials contend it was really a brilliant ruse to get attention and fight voter apathy.
Interfaith Chaplains Revitalize An Old Role On College Campuses
A third of young Americans report no religious affiliation. Given the odds, you might expect life around a college chaplain's office to be pretty dull these days. Not so.
Health Officials Face Ebola Questions On Capitol Hill
A day after news that a second healthcare worker in Texas has Ebola, members of Congress grilled Centers for Disease Control and Prevent Director Tom Frieden about the federal response.
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