TODAY  Ebola Comes to US, Secret Service Under Fire

Outbreak: The first case of Ebola virus in the US has been diagnosed in a Texas hospital, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The patient is a man who took a commercial flight from Liberia to Dallas on Sept. 20th. Liberia has had the most cases of Ebola in the current outbreak in West Africa, about half of them fatal. Doctors say the unidentified man in Dallas did not develop symptoms until several days after he landed. The CDC says it is tracking down all the people who may have come into contact with the infected man during the time his illness might have been contagious.

YESTERDAY  WH Intruder Deep Inside, HK Protests Grow

Call Security: A man who jumped the White House fence and entered the building made it further inside than previously reported, according to stories in the Washington Post and NY Times. The Secret Service first said Omar Gonzalez made it to just inside the North Portico doors, but the two

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Line of Fire: Secret Service Director Julia Pierson faced the wrath of a Congressional committee yesterday following the incident in which a man armed with a knife was able to jump the White House fence and run through the ground floor. Pierson defended the Secret Service but said “mistakes were...

Shortly after the hearing, news broke that a security man armed with a gun was allowed to get into the elevator with the president when he visited the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. The Secret Service questioned the man but didn’t know he was armed until his boss arrived...

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Obama: US Misjudged, Yes Means Yes

Monday, September 29, 2014

Nation: President Obama admitted last night during an interview with 60 Minutes that the US had underestimated the strength of the Muslim extremist force known as ISIS and overestimated the ability of the US-trained Iraqi army to fight. “That’s true, …

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Japan Volcano Kills, Hong Kong Protests

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Eruption: At least 30 people are believed to be dead after the eruption yesterday of a volcano in central Japan that is a popular hiking and climbing spot. About 250 people were on the mountain when it began to spew …

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Fire Causes Air Snarl, Police Bracelets Banned

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Flight: A fire believed to have been set yesterday by an employee at a Chicago air traffic control center created snarls all over the country and led to the cancellation of about 1,750 flights. Passengers were stranded. Authorities say the …

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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Page Two

Page Two: Stoned on 8th Avenue

Monday, August 4, 2014

Baseball, Futebol, and Football

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Gay in the Locker Room

Monday, May 12, 2014

The Absurdity of Everest

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Journalism’s House of Cards

Monday, March 24, 2014

NBC’s Triumph from Tragedy

Monday, February 17, 2014

Spicoli Comes to the Olympics

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

The Senior Global Digital Foreign Correspondent

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

It's Been Said

"For me as leader my time is nearly over, but for Scotland the campaign continues and the dream shall never die.”

-Scottish Independence Party leader Alex Salmond resigning after crushing defeat in a national referendum on splitting from Great Britain