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One Reported Dead After Ebola Resurfaces In Liberia, Two Months After Celebrating Victory Over Ebola Outbreak

After being declared Ebola-free on May 9, Liberia residents were shocked after learning the deadly virus had resurfaced when the body of a teen boy, 17, was found dead of the virus just outside of a rural area, according to Time. After...Show More Summary

Nicholas Winton, Savior Of More Than 600 Children From Holocaust, Dead At 106

6 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Sir Nicholas Winton, recognized as the "British Schindler" for helping rescue more than 600 hundred Czech children fated for death in Nazi concentration camps, died Wednesday at the age of 106. Born May 19, 1909 in London, Winton died peacefully with his daughter Barbara and two grandchildren by his side, reported the Rotary Club of Maidenhead. Show More Summary

Let’s Bite Into The Haunting ‘Martin’ Soundtrack

In 1978, nestled between The Crazies and Dawn Of The Dead, George A. Romero wrote and directed the criminally under-appreciated vampire film Martin, which tells the tale of a man who may or may not be a vampire and the struggles he goes through with his dark, terrible secret. It’s a subtle film, one that […]

Romechia Simms: Mother Pushed Her Toddler Son On A Swing For Two Days And He Died From Dehydration And Hypothermia

Romechia Simms was found pushing her dead son, 3-year-old Ji’Aire Lee, in a park in Maryland back in May. The toddler’s death has now been ruled a homicide. Maryland officials now state that the 3-year-old died as a result of dehydration and hypothermia. Show More Summary

'The Walking Dead' Season 6 Cast News, Update: Christian Serratos Talks Rosita's Backstory, Andrew Lincoln Says Story is 'Getting Stronger'

A lot of attention may have been thrown at AMC's upcoming Walking Dead universe spinoff series "Fear the Walking Dead." But fans are still hankering for more information about the network's main hit television event, "The Walking Dead," and its forthcoming Season 6.

There may be a way to 'turn off' chronic diseases with electricity — and it could be the future of medicine

Imagine a world where we treated deadly diseases with electricity instead of pills or chemo. We might not be as far from this reality as you think. Normally, our nervous systems send signals to our tissues and organs to suppress inflammation, a phenomenon known as the inflammatory reflex. Show More Summary

This Prototype Holographic Heads-Up Display Is What Google Glass Should've Been

Google Glass may be dead for the moment, but researchers from the UK’s National Physical Laboratory and manufacturer Colour Holographic, say they’ve developed an alternative device that could that would let people see holographic digital...Show More Summary

Police Shootings: Distraught People, Deadly Results

Officers often lack the training to approach the mentally unstable, experts say. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Police Shootings: Distraught People, Deadly Results

15 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Officers often lack the training to approach the mentally unstable, experts say. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Over 100 feared dead after Indonesia military plane crashes

MEDAN, Indonesia (Reuters) - More than 100 people were feared dead after a military transport plane plowed into a residential area shortly after take-off in northern Indonesia on Tuesday, in what may be the deadliest accident yet for an air force with a long history of crashes.

Deaths Linked to PCA Peanut Butter May Finally Be Talked About in Open Court

ALBANY, GA—United States of America v. Stewart Parnell et al began 346 weeks ago when food safety cops on the beat first identified an unusual multistate cluster of Salmonella Typhimurium. It would become the most deadly outbreak of foodborne illness experienced in the 21st century so far and among the top 10 of the modern... Continue Reading

Where’s Bill Walton is the new Where’s Waldo

This may be my favorite tweet of all-time.  Bill Walton’s wife Lori tweeting about finding Bill at a Grateful Dead concert. If ever there was a time for a reboot of Bill Walton’s Long Strange Trip, now is it. The post Where’s Bill Walton is the new Where’s Waldo appeared first on Awful Announcing.

How One Determined Entrepreneur Found Success In A Dying Industry

Don't be so quick to put the nail in the coffin of "dead" industries - a resurrection may be just around the corner.

Oregon bumblebee deaths prompt state investigation

PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Hundreds of bumblebees have been found dead in downtown Portland during the past two weeks, prompting agriculture officials in Oregon to investigate whether the die-offs may be connected to other bee deaths reported across the country over recent years.


“The past,” wrote Faulkner, is never dead. It’s not even past.” Asking Greeks (as Greece’s government has done) to vote “no”  (“???”) to the EU bailout may or may not be misguided, but it comes with a certain historical resonance. Maria...Show More Summary

Midday open thread: Cruz v. Rove; Oliver examines Republicans' zillion claims Obamacare was dead

Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is Jeb! What you may have missed on Sunday Kos... North Carolina's Selma, by Denise Oliver Velez That is some heritage to be proud of, by Mark E Andersen GOP laments 'worst decision since Dred Scott.' Again,...Show More Summary

There's Finally Something to Fear in New Fear the Walking Dead Teaser

2 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

If you caught the premiere of Humans on AMC last night (recap coming later), then you probably saw this short new teaser for The Walking Dead spin-off, which may include our first look at a zombie on the show—or whatever proto-Walker will be munching on our new protagonists. But that’s not all! Read more...

Mayo Clinic study suggests which glioblastoma patients may benefit from drug treatment

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Clinicians testing the drug dasatinib, approved for several blood cancers, had hoped it would slow the aggressive growth of the deadly brain cancer glioblastoma; however, clinical trials to date have not found any benefit. Researchers at Mayo Clinic, who conducted one of those clinical trials, believe they know why dasatinib failed — […]

Manhunt launched for accomplices in Tunisia attack

Police launch nationwide search for accomplices, who may have helped gunman who carried out deadly attack in Sousse.

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