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Passenger taken from Newark Airport to be evaluated for Ebola

Flagged passengers arrived to New Jersey via Belgium and to Chicago O'Hare with origins in LiberiaThe Newark passenger was taken to University Hospital in Newark, ...

New footage unveiled of a Mediterranean jellyfish that resembles a fried egg 

Photographer Barry Bland found the sea creature in the Mediterranean The jellyfish lives in warmer waters as it needs a lot of sunlight to surviveIts scientific ...

America's middle class are less wealthy than at any time since the 1940s

The rise in mortgages, student-loan, credit-card and other debts for the bottom 90 percent of society means poor are getting poorerStagnant wages have made it ...

EMC to acquire much of Cisco's stake in joint venture VCE: Bloomberg

(Reuters) - Data storage products maker EMC Corp is buying much of Cisco System Inc's stake in their joint venture VCE, Bloomberg said, citing people ...

New York financial regulator pushes banks to plug gaps in cybersecurity

(Reuters) - Following the massive cyber attack on the biggest U.S. bank JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) disclosed in August, and other financial institutions, government ...

Yahoo ekes out third quarter revenue gain despite display ad weakness

(Reuters) - Yahoo Inc reported a modest increase in revenue during the third quarter, exceeding lackluster Wall Street targets, as the Internet company's online display ...

U.S. government probes medical devices for possible cyber flaws

(Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is investigating about two dozen cases of suspected cybersecurity flaws in medical devices and hospital equipment that ...

Untreated patients left to die: The Labour-run Welsh NHS wastes money on bureaucrats in non-jobs yet has lethally long waiting lists for the seriously-ill that would shame a Third World country 

By Guy Adams for the Daily Mail Published: 22:53 GMT, 21 October 2014 | Updated: 05:53 GMT, 22 October 2014 ...

Charity urges schools to do more to tackle 'unacceptable' bullying of clever students

Clever children are being held back at school and leading miserable lives due to ribbing from classmates for being ‘swots’ and ‘geeks’, a charity warned today. ...

Another hammer blow for pensioners: Chancellor promised special bond to boost income of older savers - but there's a catch

By Sylvia Morris for Money Mail Published: 00:02 GMT, 22 October 2014 | Updated: 06:04 GMT, 22 October 2014 ...

'I owed nothing but they sent debt collectors': When will our energy watchdog stand up to the shambolic power giants?

Worry:Stuart Palmer was hounded after trying to switch from Npower to Scottish Power Today Money Mail exposes the diabolical treatment that Britain’s biggest energy firms are dishing out to loyal customers. Despite scrutiny from the Government and criticism from campaign groups, they continue to abuse households who pay them thousands of pounds a year. ...

Raheem Sterling partied in London until 3am... just a day after missing England win over Estonia through 'tiredness'

Raheem Sterling was too tired to start England against Estonia However, Liverpool star partied in London until 3am the day after the matchThe winger was joined ...

Father who made emotional plea for his son John Cantlie to be released by ISIS captors dies in hospital

The father of an ISIS hostage has died, days after making an emotional plea for his son’s release. Paul Cantlie, of Hampshire - who recorded an impassioned video message for his son John's captors earlier this month, calling on them to give the hostage up - died from complications after pneumonia. ...

Wife allegedly ordered a hit on British husband, 60, found murdered in a Bali rice paddy 'because he was cheating on her'

The wife of a British man found dead with his throat cut in a rice paddy in Bali has allegedly confessed to ordering his murder because he cheated on her 'often'. The body of Robert Kelvin Ellis, 60, was found wrapped in plastic and dumped in a ditch in the rice field near Sedang Village on Tuesday. ...

Sorry Sir Nicholas, you may be a High Court judge but you're wrong - marriage is special says SARAH VINE

On Monday night, we celebrated our 13th wedding anniversary. A rare treat: dinner — just the two of us — in a restaurant, me a small carafe of white, my husband the same of red. ...

Australian ISIS member Abdullah Elmir now calls himself Abu Khaled

Sydney teenage Islamic State jihadist, Abdullah Elmir, 17, has been condemned by relatives over a chilling new video Elmir, who calls himself Abu Khaled, also vows revenge ...

Annie Lennox SLAMS Beyonce again saying 'twerking is not feminism'  and that modern music is 'disturbing' and 'exploitative'

Annie Lennox has responded to recent comments she made about Beyonce, saying that the singer was not a 'feminist' but rather 'feminist lite'The legendary Scottish ...

Crime boss heading one of Mexico's most violent drug cartels is arrested while enjoying trip in the U.S. and faces life in prison

Juan Francisco Saenz-Tamez, 23, faces up to life in prison after being arrested in Texas He was the head of the Mexico's notoriously-violent Gulf CartelSaenz-Tamez succeeded ...

Canadian soldier is killed in a hit-and-run by young Islam convert who was feared to have jihadist ambitions in attack that was 'clearly linked to terrorist ideology'

Martin Couture-Rouleau, 25, ran over two Canadian soldiers, killing oneInvestigators say he had become radicalized by Islam and was feared to be en route to ...

I'm not Eric Frein - I'm his doppelganger! Man with a striking resemblance to fugitive survivalist accused of killing cop in ambush has been stopped more than 20 times in 39-day manhunt

Frein allegedly shot officers on September 12, has been on the run sinceJames Tully, 39, lives in the search area of Canadensis, PennsylvaniaSays he has ...

School board upholds suspension of football coaches whose players were sexually assaulting teammates - as angry adults and current players come out to defend the men

The football coaching staff at Sayreville War Memorial High School were suspended with pay this evening by the Board of Education This comes after seven players ...

Mango forced to apologize for 'anti-Semitic' shirt bearing lightning bolts similar to insignia worn by the SS in Nazi Germany

Twitter users, especially those in Germany, noted that the tiny black zig-zag lines on the $59.99 blouse look just like the Siegrune, a symbol used ...

Could your walk signal dementia? Scientists find link between subtle changes to a person's gait and their brain function

Say if disease diagnosed, treatment can start earlier and be managed betterStudied 120 sufferers of Parkinson's and compared them to healthy peopleVictims six times ...

Anni Dewani's cousin was told that Anni and Shrien were only 'acting'

Sneha Mashru gave evidence at Cape Town court for the second dayAnni's cousin says the Dewani's had been 'acting in love' for familiesMrs Mashru also ...

New details of alleged rape by lawyer Sanford Rubenstein after Al Sharpton's birthday bash - as accuser's lawyers demand he be charged

Sanford Rubenstein is accused of raping woman after party this monthTook woman, who works for Sharpton's National Action Network, homeShe then claims he raped her, ...

Almost ALL of Silicon Valley's political donations are to liberal candidates new data reveals

100 percent of donations made by Twitter employees went to the leftApple and Google are not far behind with 90 per cent donating to DemocratsOther ...

Marine accused of 'strangling a transgender Filipina in a hotel toilet after finding out she was not born a woman' is transferred to Philippine custody

U.S. Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton is accused of killing 26-year-old Jennifer Laude, whose former name was JeffreyLaude was found strangled at the Celzone Lodge, ...

Malala Yousafzai receives Philadelphia Liberty Medal: Teenage Nobel laureate joins Nelson Mandela, Thurgood Marshall and Jimmy Carter in winning prestigious honor

A Pakistani teenager awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to promote girls' education brought her passion for learning to Philadelphia, where she received the Liberty Medal on Tuesday. ...

The ghosts of U576 found 30 miles off the Carolina coast, 72 years after doomed submarine sank when captain launched a suicidal attack against merchant vessel

U-576 was discovered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Marine Sanctuaries expeditionThe German sub came to rest after being depth-charged by planes ...

Boy scouts stranded in an overgrown lake ALL DAY after getting lost on a canoeing trip had to be rescued by Marine helicopter

The Marine Corps helped rescue a Boy Scout troop that got lost while canoeing on the Colorado RiverSearch teams instilled the help of the Marine ...

Secret Service agents tasked with guarding White House were an hour away dealing with a dispute between their boss' assistant and her neighbor on multiple occasions finds government investigation

A government investigation into the Secret Service found an incident three years ago when agents were an hour from the White House while on duty The ...

Mormons address mystery surrounding undergarments

The latest video dispels the notion that Latter-day Saints believe temple garments have special protective powers, a stereotype perpetuated on the Internet and in popular culture by those who refer to the sacred clothing as 'magical Mormon underwear.' ...

Ferguson cop's FULL version of why he shot Michael Brown: A pistol pressed to his hip in a frantic struggle, how the gun was jammed by a stray finger - and his kill shot as teen 'charged'

Fuller version of Wilson's account of killing emerged todayWilson said Brown, 18, hit him in the face before grabbing his drawn pistolAllegedly twisted it towards ...

Ali A. Mazrui, controversial scholar of African politics and culture, dies at 81

Ali A. Mazrui, a Kenyan-born political scientist who was one of Africa’s leading public intellectuals and whose nine-part 1986 television documentary, “The Africans,” was praised ...

Waves of young Israelis find a home in the former Nazi capital

BERLIN — When Nir Iveniaki told his grandmother back home in Tel Aviv that he was emigrating from Israel to Germany, the first thing she ...

Kidnapping of Abu Issa, a Syrian rebel, shows Islamic State’s reach into Turkey

SANLIURFA, Turkey — The men who snatched Abu Issa from the streets of this southeastern city were Turkish gangsters, but their client was the Islamic ...

Kate dazzles in baby blue gown at black tie event at the Natural History Museum as she makes second public appearance of the day after battle with severe morning sickness 

Kate, 32, made stunning appearance at awards ceremony tonightShe wore a Jenny Packham dress at the black tie event Earlier today she rode in a carriage ...

3 US girls on way to join ISIS are detained in Germany

The three teenage girls went missing from Denver, Colorado last FridayTeenagers were apprehended in Frankfurt, GermanyThe girls left Denver and flew to Frankfurt via ChicagoGirls are ...

Leading theatre accuses some audience members of faking disabilities in order to get discounted tickets for shows 

Grand Opera House in Belfast allows disabled to bring carer free of chargeBut staff say some 1,200 who signed up for special scheme are able-bodied Venue ...

Five Britons a week are flying out to join jihadis, says Met chief Bernard Hogan-Howe says true figure may be higher as officers cannot keep watch on all routes

But Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said the true figure could be far higherSir Bernard has backed plans to hand police the power to seize passportsPolice believe ...

Now nanny state wants lessons in brushing teeth! Schools told they must help halt decay caused by children's sugary diets

Parents' bad habits and sweet fruit juices among causes of the problemDentists say issue so severe kids as young as three get all milk teeth ...

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