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Monday, October 27, 2014

Cheat Sheet - Christie Blinks in Ebola Fight

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October 27, 2014
The New Jersey governor insists his quarantine policy is still intact even as the first person isolated at Newark's airport flies home and threatens a lawsuit.
This year has been a busy one for the iconic fashion designer, who just released a new memoir and a sumptuous art book celebrating the 40th birthday of her beloved wrap dress. She speaks with The Daily Beast about free-spirited women, her new reality show, and looking back on her mega-watt career.
The King returns to Cleveland, a battered Kobe battles in the West, and the Zen Master is christened the savior of New York. Here's what to watch for in the NBA's new season.
Welcome to Berlin 2.0: Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko wants to build a massive wall, a thousand miles long, to keep Vladimir Putin's armies from invading. The project sounds quixotic, but it's gaining steam as Russia continues its forays into Ukrainian territory to help the anti-government rebels in the east.

The medical examiner's office in Washington state formally identified the first victim of a school shooting in Marysville on Friday that has so far left three dead. Zoe Galasso, a 14-year-old, was killed by a handgun wound to the head, the Snohomish County examiner wrote. The assailant, 15-year-old Jaylen Fryberg, committed suicide in a similar manner. Another victim of the shooting, Gia Soriano, died Sunday, and three others are in serious condition.

U.S. Spy Agencies Employed 1,000 Nazis
Protected some until the '90s.
Lawyers Will Appeal Pistorius Verdict
He got a five-year sentence.
Man Shoves British PM in the Street
Claims he was just out jogging.
U.S. Leads New ISIS Bombardment
11 targets in Iraq and Syria.
South Africa Soccer Captain Killed
Shot in robbery attempt.

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