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  1. Will Obama's Plan Bring The Ebola Outbreak Under Control?

    The ambitious scope of the intervention has impressed aid workers, who have been crying for help for months. But the plan will need to be implemented quickly to get ahead of the spread of infections.
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  2. Harvard Law Professors Say New Sexual Assault Policy Is One-Sided

    A group of 28 law professors have written an open letter criticizing the university's new sexual assault policy, citing due process concerns and saying it gives victims more rights than the accused.
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  3. After Losing An Only Child, Chinese Parents Face Old Age Alone

    China's one-child policy, introduced more than three decades ago, has had some unintended consequences. One is that, in the event of a child's death, many older parents lack a source of support.
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  4. Silicon Valley Companies Add New Benefit For Women: Egg-Freezing

    The addition of the benefit by Facebook and Apple comes as tech companies face mounting pressure to hire more women, but some warn it may increase pressure those employees feel to put off having kids.
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  5. Baseball, Vietnam And Coming Of Age At The 1969 World Series

    On Oct. 15, 1969, hundreds of thousands marched in Washington to protest the Vietnam War. But it was also Game 4 of the World Series, and NPR's Brian Naylor, then 14, knew where he had to be.
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  6. Rules For Provisional Ballots All Over The Map

    People who don't have the right ID or who run into other problems at the polls are often told to vote a provisional ballot. But the rules governing these ballots vary and many are never counted.
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  7. Thailand Official: Martial Law Is Good For Tourists

    With tourism down 20 percent, Thailand is looking for novel ways to lure visitors. According to the head of the tourist authority, military rule means it's extremely safe to visit.
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  8. Second Health Worker Tests Positive For Ebola At Dallas Hospital

    After nurse Nina Pham was diagnosed with the deadly hemorrhagic fever earlier this week, another health care worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan also may have the disease.
    News · NPR Story
  9. Two eclipses come to Colorado's sky this October

    A full eclipse of the moon and a partial eclipse of the sun will thrill watchers of the sky this month.
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  10. 'Grief has a really sneaky way of blindsiding you,' says mom of fallen soldier

    Colorado parents who lost their military sons and daughters to meet in Steamboat Springs this weekend.
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