September 20, 2014, 11:57 am
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Obama Presses Leaders to Speed Ebola Response

NY Times - By : Staff Reporting

President Obama on Tuesday challenged world powers to accelerate the global response to the Ebola outbreak that is ravaging West Africa, warning that unless health care workers, medical equipment and treatment centers were swiftly deployed, the disease could take hundreds of thousands of lives.

“This epidemic is going to get worse before it gets better..." -



Obama to Get Briefing on Military Plan against Islamic State

VOA - By : Staff Reporting

President Barack Obama is due to get a briefing Wednesday on "operational details" of a military campaign to combat Islamic State militants.

The president will meet with General Lloyd Austin, the head of U.S. Central Command, ...


Obama to announce expanded plan to fight Ebola

USA Today - By : Staff Reporting

President Obama on Tuesday will announce an expansion of a $763 million U.S. plan to help West Africa nations fight the spread of the Ebola virus, officials said Monday night.

Adding to an existing project, the project calls for more do...


Oscar Pistorius trial: Why culpable homicide, not murder

BBC - By : Staff Reporting

The state argued that Mr Pistorius had had an argument with Ms Steenkamp, after which he deliberately shot her dead.

The judge ruled this had not been proved, as there was only circumstantial evidence of an argument - uncorroborated wit...



First Person to Buy an iPhone 6 Drops It on Live TV

ABC News - By : Staff Reporting

Talk about bad luck. The first person to buy a new iPhone 6 in Perth, Australia, early this morning proceeded to drop it on the ground as he was being interviewed on live TV.

The young man, named Jack, and a Channel 9 reporter struggled to cut the plastic covering the box. As he excitedly opened it, the phone fell out and landed on the concrete. - Full Article




Apple Pay may test regulators

USA Today - By : Darrell Delamaide

Apple's ambition may have accidentally taken it where most companies fear to tread — into the land of financial regulation.

This at least was the argument made by Georgetown law professor Adam Levitin after the tech giant announced last week that it would launch a mobile payments service, Apple Pay. - Full Article



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