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Watch Video | Listen to the AudioGWEN IFILL: The Ebola death rate in West Africa may be slowing. The World Health Organization reported today that total cases now top 13,700, but fatalities remain at just under 5,000. That’s partly due to the...
Medical staff wearing protective suits work at the Carlos III hospital in Madrid on October 10, 2014. California is now instating its own 21-day quarantines for travelers arriving from an Ebola-affected West African country who have also had contact...
More than 2,000 Chinese pharmacist candidates were caught cheating during a national licensing exam. Photo by Flickr user Nina J. G China was shaken earlier this month by an elaborate cheating scam, involving high tech methods and more than 2,000...
A fragment from Amelia Earhart’s plane may bring researchers one step closer to solving her mysterious disappearance. After 77 years of searching, researchers announced they are one big step closer to knowing where aviation pioneer Amelia...
Senate. Argh. House of Representatives. Ugh. Americans, clearly questioning the value and usefulness of their members of Congress, should take heart in another aspect of the democratic process — the scores of ballot measures that could have...
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