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Chaos in Canada's Capital: Soldier Killed in Shooting

A soldier was shot and killed at the National War Memorial in the Canadian capital of Ottawa Wednesday and dozens of shots were fired inside the nearby Parliament building, where members of the legislature barricaded themselves in rooms to escape the violence, authorities and witnesses said. A gunman who was shot and killed by security forces has been identified by a U.S. official as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, 32. Canadian media, quoting an aunt, identified the victim as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. Hours later, downtown Ottawa remains on lockdown and the motive behind the attack is not clear. Ottawa Hospital said it had three patients, all with minor injuries. President Obama called the attacks "outrageous" in a phone call with Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who is expected to speak later tonight. The attack comes two days after a man ran down two Canadian soldiers in his car in Montreal in what authorities called an apparent terrorist attack. Read »
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U.S. to Track Everyone Coming From Ebola Nations

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Video Captures Gunfire in Canadian Parliament

Reporter from Canada’s The Globe and Mail was on the scene as shots were fired inside the parliament building in Ottawa. Read »
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Ebola Lessons Hit Close to Home for Texas Nursing School

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Fla. Woman Sets Boyfriend on Fire: Police

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Nina Pham's Dog Tests Negative for Ebola Virus

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How NBC News Freelancer Ashoka Mukpo Survived Ebola

Being young and healthy helped the NBC News freelancer diagnosed with Ebola defeat the virus, the doctors who treated him said at a press conference, NBC News reported. Ashoka Mukpo, who was on contract with NBC News when he got sick in Liberia, left the biocontainment unit at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha Wednesday after being declared Ebola-free. During his stay, Mukpo received an experimental pill as well as serum from Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly, doctors said Wednesday. He also received regular testing and electrolyte replacement, necessary during the mid-stages of Ebola disease as they tend to get flushed out with severe vomiting and diarrhea. Click to read more about Mukpo's treatment. Read »
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Suspected Serial Killer Charged in Second Death

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Teacher Accused of Sex With Student on First Day Pleads Not Guilty

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SoCal Doc Accused of Taking Nude Pics of Patients: Suit

A state investigator said more than 1300 explicit photos were on the doctor's work cellphone, court documents show. Read »

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Probe Reveals Over 3K Students Involved in UNC Academic Scandal

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