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New Jersey authorities say a preschool boy -- who was asymptomatic when he went to bed, only to pass away overnight -- died of enterovirus D68.
Coast Guard Rescues Man Running Across Ocean in Bubble
A marathon runner who tried to run his way around the Bermuda Triangle in an inflatable bubble was rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard on Saturday about 70 miles off the coast of Florida after he became exhausted during the trip, authorities said.
Man Floating in Bubble Rescued by Coast GuardNBC 6 South Florida
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Main Hong Kong protest sees resurgence after attacks
HONG KONG — Protesters turned out in force at a rally Saturday night in Hong Kong, galvanized after days of flagging momentum by violent attacks on their ranks and an ultimatum by authorities to clear out of their occupied streets by Monday morning.
Positions Harden Among Hong Kong Protesters, GovernmentWall Street Journal
Hong Kong leader 'determined to restore social order' as pro-democracy protests ...The Australian
Thousands Swell Hong Kong Protests as Deadline LoomsBloomberg
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Saturday quarantined an international flight in New Jersey after a passenger became ill on the plane, authorities said.
New Jersey boy went to bed fine, didn't wake up -- due to enterovirus D68
(CNN) -- Eli -- a sweet, active, blonde-haired preschooler -- had gone to sleep feeling fine, perhaps dreaming of playing with his sisters or having a fun day at school. He didn't make it through the night. While the young boy died sometime between the night of ...
Official: Enterovirus 68 virus caused boy's deathLynchburg News and Advance
Medical Examiner Finds NJ Preschooler Died Due to Enterovirus 68KABC-TV
Child's death linked to enterovirusNews 10NBC
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Family of former US Army Ranger held hostage by Islamic State plead for his life
The parents of an American aid worker taken hostage by the Islamic State released a video Saturday pleading with their son's captors to show mercy and free the young man. Peter Kassig's family said he was in the region doing humanitarian work when he ...
Indiana aid worker's parents plead for his releaseKGNS.tv
ISIS Threatens Next Victim, American Aid WorkerThe Jewish Press
Video: Peter Kassig profileWISH-TV
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Official: Enterovirus 68 virus caused boy's death
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey medical examiner says a virus that has been causing severe respiratory illness across the country is responsible for the death of a 4-year-old boy. Hamilton Township health officer Jeff Plunkett says the medical examiner ...
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Every so often a boy shows up to school at Garden Oaks Montessori in Houston wearing nail polish or a headband. When that happens, children -- and, sometimes parents -- ask questions.
Two passengers escorted from Newark flight on Ebola concern: report
(Reuters) - Two passengers on a United Airlines flight that landed at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey on Saturday were removed by federal health officials after exhibiting possible signs of Ebola, according to a local media report. Officials ...
CDC Officials Meet Flight After Passenger Shows Possible Ebola SymptomsABC News
CDC Keeps Passengers On Plane At Newark Airport After Man Shows Ebola ...Huffington Post
CDC Officials Meet Newark Plane Carrying Sick Passenger: AuthoritiesNBC New York
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Blackhawks trade Nick Leddy to Islanders
Blackhawks defenseman Nick Leddy celebrates after scoring a goal in the Western Conference finals. (Chris Sweda / Chicago Tribune). By Chris Kuc contact the reporter · Ice HockeyChicago BlackhawksNick LeddyNew York IslandersAmerican Hockey ...
Hawks deal Nick Leddy to IslandersESPN
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Blackhawks Trade Leddy To Islanders For 3 ProspectsCBS Local
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Boychuk, Leddy traded to Isles
The New York Islanders figure to be a significantly better team when they hit the ice for the regular-season opener next week, thanks to two trades Saturday that promise to solidify their defense. Isles GM Garth Snow acquired both Johnny Boychuk from Boston ...
Islanders acquire Johnny Boychuk, Nick LeddyUSA TODAY
Islanders trade for defensemen Johnny Boychuk, Nick LeddyNewsday
Bruins trade Johnny BoychukBoston Herald
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New York Times
Jean-Claude Duvalier, Haiti's 'Baby Doc,' Dies at 63
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MEXICO CITY — Jean-Claude Duvalier, a former dictator of Haiti known as Baby Doc who ruled the country with a brutality that left thousands dead, disappeared and illegally detained and tortured, and then shocked the country anew with a sudden return ...
Former Haitian leader Jean-Claude Duvalier dies at 63Washington Post
Few will mourn the passing of Haiti's Baby DocTelegraph.co.uk
Ousted Haitian dictator, Jean-Claude Duvalier diesChron.com
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Christian Science Monitor
Gaffe watch: Did Joe Biden just do it again?
Christian Science Monitor
Vice President Joe Biden has gotten into a dust-up with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over foreign fighters entering Syria through Turkey. Mr. Erdogan demands an apology. By Brad Knickerbocker, Staff writer October 4, 2014. close. Vice President ...
Biden apologizes to Turkish leaderThe Hill
Biden apologizes to Turkey president in phone callThe Spokesman Review
Turkish Leader Demands Biden ApologyNew York Times
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Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier died of a heart attack in Port-au-Prince at the age of 63, a family member told CNN Saturday.
Arwa Damon profiled ISIS hostage Peter Kassig when he was helping wounded Syrians in Lebanon in 2012.
The parents of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham issued a new appeal for the whereabouts of their daughter on Saturday, saying despite an arrest in the case, thousands of tips and hours of searches, someone must have critical information yet to be revealed.
Taking selfies while on a pilgrimage to the holy sites of Islam is being greeted with disapproval by some clerics.
Harvard Police Step up Security After Threat
Harvard University is stepping up security this weekend after campus police said hundreds of students and others affiliated with the school received an emailed threat. The university police department says it cannot verify if the email sent Friday amounts to a ...
Harvard threat came from overseas, police sayBoston Globe
Hundreds of Harvard students receive death threat emailsTech Times
Harvard Police Investigating Shooting Threats Received by Hundreds at UniversityRIA Novosti
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