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New York Times names street of Ferguson cop Wilson's home

Last November 24, 2014, the New York Times published an article┬áby Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson on the wedding of Darren Wilson, in which the short street on which Wilson’s home is located is clearly named. 528 more words

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2nd Ebola diagnoses angers nurses' union

Many questions are being raised about how two nurses have contracted Ebola in Dallas. CNN’s Ed Lavandera reports. Full story

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How sick was Thomas Duncan when he was sent home from the hospital?

There are serious questions about Thomas Duncan’s treatment for Ebola. The missteps seemed to begin with a Dallas hospital’s initial decision to send him home without realizing his symptoms were caused by Ebola. 80 more words

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Advertisers pull out as Peterson prepares to return to the field

The Vikings are hoping to rebound from last week’s tough loss against the Patriots with the help of star running back Adrian Peterson. He is set to return to the field this weekend, despite facing a felony child abuse charge. 66 more words

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Vikings clear Adrian Peterson to return to the field

Adrian Peterson will be back on the field, playing with the Vikings next weekend. The decision comes just days after he was benched following his indictment on a felony child abuse charge. 176 more words

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American Journey: Starting a business amid the chaos in Ferguson

Opening a new restaurant is tough even in the best of circumstances, let alone in the middle of raging street protests. Ed Lavandera introduces us to Charles Davis who opened the Ferguson Burger Bar the day before Michael Brown was killed and kept it open through all of the chaos that followed.

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Kids in Ferguson dealing with chaos

Children living in Ferguson were supposed to return to school this week. Instead, they have been dealing with curfews, marches, looting and violence. Ed Lavandera looks at what life has been like for some of Ferguson’s youngest residents. 32 more words

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