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Apple CEO Tim Cook: "I'm Proud to Be Gay"

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Arlington School Bans Controversial Football T-Shirt

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Hawaii Volcano: National Guard Moves in as Lava Nears

The National Guard was called out as molten rock lava from the Kilauea volcano flow crept to residents in the Hawaiian town of Pahoa on Wednesday, civil defense officials said. About 80 members of the Hawaii Guard will be on the scene Thursday morning after local officials requested state and federal assistance, said Darryl Oliveira, director of the Hawai'i County Civil Defense Agency. They'll help manage roadblocks and traffic as lava from the June 27 flow — named for the day it was first observed — menaced 15 to 20 other homes and several dozen other structures on the Big Island. Read »
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Man Frames Ex-Roommate in Fake Threat to Obama

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NYC Woman Who Lost Husband, Daughter to Sandy: "I Have to Get Up Every Day and Try"

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Quarantined Nurse: "We Have to Make Decisions Based on Science"

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Made Pariahs for Helping? Ebola Aid Groups Struggle

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There's only one person: Denzel.  

— Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder giving his opinion on the best actor to portray him in a movie while speaking at the Washington Ideas Forum.
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Number of Billionaires Has Doubled Since the Financial Crisis

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New Obese Crash Dummies Developed to Help Save More Lives

Humanetics, the maker of the crash dummies, will be making a version weighing over 270 pounds because its CEO says obese people are more likely to die in a crash because their bodies act differently against restraints in the car. Read »
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Obama: World Owes Health Workers "Debt of Gratitude"

President Obama called health care workers traveling from the U.S. to West Africa to fight the Ebola outbreak "American heroes" on Wednesday, as he repeated his message that they are owed "a debt of gratitude" for their efforts to stop the spread of the deadly virus, NBC News reported. Obama made the remarks at a White House event with American health care workers who are fighting Ebola. Flanked by about a dozen workers who had either just come back from Africa or were preparing to go, Obama said: "The struggle is far from over, more medical workers are desperately needed." Read »

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