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  • Judd Nelson's agent sends photo to dispel Twitter rumors of actor's death

    Reports of Judd Nelson’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Despite rumors that swept the Internet on Sunday morning, the “Breakfast Club” star is alive and well, his manager and agent told the Los Angeles Times. Agent Gregg...
  • To contain Ebola, states create a patchwork of quarantine rules

    WASHINGTON States are improvising to confront the Ebola crisis, raising questions about uniformity, effectiveness and legality. Quarantine policies are established, and then softened. A nurse is detained, and then freed. Lawsuits seem likely, and a...
  • CNN 'Open' To Airing Scripted Movies, Jeff Zucker Says

    CNN is "open" to the idea of airing scripted movies under its CNN Films banner, CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker said on Monday. Zucker made his remarks at a lunch in Los Angeles promoting upcoming CNN Films documentaries, which he called one of the...
  • Newington Schools' Halt To Halloween Parades Stirs Emotions

    Newington Schools' Halt To Halloween Parades Stirs Emotions
    NEWINGTON — School officials are receiving "threatening and hateful phone calls and emails from national extremist groups" over the recent decision to cancel Halloween parades at two elementary schools, the school superintendent said in a letter...
  • Frontline offers harrowing, revealing look into ISIS tonight

    Frontline offers harrowing, revealing look into ISIS tonight
    There have been times the last few years when it has felt like "Frontline" was the last, hard-hitting journalistic outfit left on American television. Screening its latest report, "The Rise of ISIS," was another one of those moments for me. It premieres...
  • Michael Smerconish: Extremes of power, but not of numbers

    Pew Research Center just released data from its year-long look at polarization, a follow-up to the June release of its largest survey ever on American politics. The result is a fun and informative read about where Americans get their news and information,...
  • Rachel Marsden: Canadian attack prompts absurd reactions

    PARIS -- Some warped minds believe that when a nation suffers a terrorist attack, it somehow deserved it and should set about doing some soul searching. Implicit in this argument is the notion that the attacker was somehow justified in his heinous actions...
  • Nurse quarantined for Ebola monitoring will sue, lawyer says

    Nurse quarantined for Ebola monitoring will sue, lawyer says
    A nurse held in quarantine for Ebola monitoring in New Jersey plans to file a federal lawsuit challenging her confinement as a violation of her civil rights, her lawyer told Reuters on Sunday. Norman Siegel, a well-known civil rights lawyer, said that...
  • Nurse plans to sue over Ebola quarantine

    Nurse plans to sue over Ebola quarantine
    The White House told states that have imposed mandatory quarantines for some travelers from Ebola-hit West Africa that the policy could impede the fight against the disease, while the first health worker isolated under the rules plans to sue. Kaci...
  • Quarantining health workers could worsen Ebola epidemic, officials say

    Quarantining health workers could worsen Ebola epidemic, officials say
    Top Obama administration officials publicly warned Sunday that mandatory quarantines in the U.S. of doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers who have traveled to Africa to help Ebola patients risked worsening the epidemic. Mandatory 21-day...
  • Alto funcionario de salud de EEUU advierte sobre cuarentenas por riesgo de ébola

    Alto funcionario de salud de EEUU advierte sobre cuarentenas por riesgo de ébola
    Las cuarentenas impuestas a las personas que lleguen de países afectados por el ébola en África Occidental podrían desalentar a los trabajadores estadounidenses de la salud a ayudar en el combate contra la epidemia, dijo el domingo un alto funcionario...