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Liberia's Information Minister Admits Mistakes, Defends Actions

In efforts to defeat Ebola, the government could have done better, says Lewis Brown. But he stands by the tough calls that have been made including the controversial quarantine in West Point.

Teens Bypass The Ice Bucket Challenge For More Risky Online Dares

Social media is behind the rise in teens trying dares like the fire challenge and pass out game.

In A Los Angeles Suburb, The Hunt Is On For An Albino Cobra

The cobra was likely kept as a pet. Authorities warned residents to watch their children closely and tell them to avoid snakes.

BP Acted With Gross Negligence In Gulf Oil Spill, Federal Judge Rules

The ruling could cost BP billions of dollars. U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier found that BP acted recklessly and was mostly responsible for the biggest oil spill in U.S. history.

The Myth Of The Private Naked Selfie

When hackers steal credit card numbers, the banks and major retailers pay. When they steal personal photos from an Apple account, the user shoulders the cost and can't take back the images.

At NATO Summit, Allies Consider Lethal, Nonlethal Aid To Ukraine

The alliance's supreme allied commander in Europe says what Russia is doing in Ukraine is something "we thought would never happen again." Meanwhile, Russia warned Ukraine against trying to join NATO.

The Myth Of The Superstar Superintendent?

Superintendents make almost no difference when it comes to student success, according to a new report.

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