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The Day Everyone Just Debated a Nurse Taking a Bike Ride

A nurse still has not made a deal with her home state of Maine over the terms of a temporary quarantine. A force of Iraqi Kurds entered Syria from Turkey to take on Islamic Sta...

The White House Wants Nothing to Do With Chickens—THE EDGE

The nurse who was quarantined against her will in New Jersey is now resisting a similar order from health officials in her home state of Maine. The Defense Department announced...

And Then There Was One—THE EDGE

Obama warned that state-level quarantine policies could discourage volunteers from heading to West Africa to treat Ebola patients. The release of a Dallas nurse who was being t...

Chris Christie Has a New Way to Keep People in New Jersey—THE EDGE

A nurse who was quarantined against her will in New Jersey was released after she tested negative for Ebola. A major U.S. base in Afghanistan was vacated and turned over to Afg...

Tabasco and Ebola—THE EDGE

A shooting at a school outside of Seattle left two dead—including the shooter—and four injured. A House Oversight Committee hearing got heated as panelists were questioned ...

The United States of Emergency—THE EDGE

The man who jumped the White House fence last night was mentally unstable, according to his father. A family of six are under Ebola quarantine in Connecticut after arriving fro...

When Dems Start Turning on Each Other—THE EDGE

At least one gunman opened fire near the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa, killing a uniformed soldier before police shot him dead. All travelers arriving from Ebola-stricken West...

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The Day Everyone Just Debated a Nurse Taking a Bike Ride

A nurse still has not made a deal with her home state of Maine over the terms of a temporary quarantine. A force of Iraqi Kurds entered Syria from Turkey to take on Islamic Sta...

The White House Wants Nothing to Do With Chickens—THE EDGE

The nurse who was quarantined against her will in New Jersey is now resisting a similar order from health officials in her home state of Maine. The Defense Department announced...

And Then There Was One—THE EDGE

Obama warned that state-level quarantine policies could discourage volunteers from heading to West Africa to treat Ebola patients. The release of a Dallas nurse who was being t...

Chris Christie Has a New Way to Keep People in New Jersey—THE EDGE

A nurse who was quarantined against her will in New Jersey was released after she tested negative for Ebola. A major U.S. base in Afghanistan was vacated and turned over to Afg...

Tabasco and Ebola—THE EDGE

A shooting at a school outside of Seattle left two dead—including the shooter—and four injured. A House Oversight Committee hearing got heated as panelists were questioned ...

The United States of Emergency—THE EDGE

The man who jumped the White House fence last night was mentally unstable, according to his father. A family of six are under Ebola quarantine in Connecticut after arriving fro...

When Dems Start Turning on Each Other—THE EDGE

At least one gunman opened fire near the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa, killing a uniformed soldier before police shot him dead. All travelers arriving from Ebola-stricken West...

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