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U.S. Top News: U.S. isolates troops, Australia slaps visa ban on Ebola-hit West Africa states

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U.S. isolates troops, Australia slaps visa ban on Ebola-hit West Africa states
WASHINGTON/SYDNEY (Reuters) - The U.S. military has started isolating soldiers returning from an Ebola response mission in West Africa and Australia became the first rich nation to impose a visa ban on the affected countries amid global anxiety about the spread of the virus.
Washington state school gunman texted victims to meet at cafeteria: official
SEATTLE (Reuters) - A Washington state high school student who fatally shot two 14-year-old girls and wounded three more classmates last week before taking his own life had sent text messages to the victims to meet at lunch before the shooting, an official said on Monday.
Two inmates to be put to death in Texas, Missouri, as overall U.S. executions drop
AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - Two U.S. inmates convicted of murder as teenagers are scheduled to be put to death on Tuesday and early Wednesday at a time when the number of executions in the United States is on pace to be the lowest in two decades.
Judge delays trial in Colorado cinema massacre case
DENVER (Reuters) - The judge presiding over the Colorado cinema massacre case on Monday delayed the murder trial of accused gunman James Holmes by six weeks to January, but denied a request by defense lawyers for a lengthier postponement.
Father of man who killed sons arrested in Washington state for child pornography
(Reuters) - The father of a man who killed himself and his two young sons in a fiery explosion in 2012 was arrested in Washington state on Monday on a child pornography charge, authorities said.
Grandfather kills daughter, granddaughter and self in Seattle
(Reuters) - A grandfather shot dead his daughter, granddaughter and then turned the gun on himself on Monday in a Seattle home, authorities said.
California man convicted of murders of Chinese USC graduate students
(Reuters) - A Los Angeles man was convicted on Monday for shooting dead two University of Southern California graduate students from China during a botched robbery attempt in 2012, prosecutors said.
Prosecutors to seek child-abuse charges against Arizona mother
PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona prosecutors are seeking child abuse charges against a woman who drew national attention when she left her two young sons in a hot car while she was at a job interview, after she failed to endow court-mandated trust funds for the children.
Detroit trial ends, judge to rule Nov. 7 on bankruptcy plan
DETROIT (Reuters) - Detroit on Monday wrapped up its historic bankruptcy case, which began with contentious opposition from creditors and ended with eleventh-hour deals enabling the city to shed $7 billion of its $18 billion of debt and obligations.
Lava flow from Hawaii volcano just 70 yards from nearest residence
KAILUA-KONA Hawaii (Reuters) - Lava flow from the Kilauea volcano that has been creeping toward inhabited areas of Hawaii's Big Island for months is now just 70 yards (meters) from the nearest residential property, authorities said on Monday.
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