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Trump defends comments on receiving opposition research from foreign sources
The president takes to Twitter to defend remarks made to ABC News about handling information he receives from foreign calls and meetings; Rich Edson reports from the White House.
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Meryl Streep Reveals What Really Made Her a Big Little Lies Fan
Meryl Streep, you may have heard of her, she's got eight Golden Globes, three Oscars (and 21 nominations), three Emmys and countless other accolades. A woman like Streep just doesn't...
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Who Should Win Project Runway Season 17?
Tonight, Project Runway will declare the first winner since its return to Bravo. The final three--Hester Sunshine, Garo Sparo, and Sebastian Grey--aren't much of a surprise for...
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This Is the BMW 8-Series Gran Coupe, and It Looks Fantastic
Leaked photos give us a glimpse at the 8GC, which will sit atop a growing lineup of stylish "four-door coupes."
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Luann de Lesseps on Real Housewives of New York City Showdown: I Think Bethenny Frankel’s Got a Lot of Anger
"You're intolerable." And with that, Bethenny Frankel was off! She unloaded on Luann de Lesseps while The Real Housewives of New York City stars were on a trip to Miami. The scene in...
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Second Ebola victim dies in Uganda as disease spreads

Second Ebola victim dies in Uganda as disease spreadsA grandmother in Uganda has died from Ebola, health officials said Thursday, the second fatality in the country since a major outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo crossed the border. Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng announced Wednesday that Uganda had recorded three cases of Ebola in the first known cross-border spread since an outbreak began in eastern DRC last August. The patients were from a family of six, including four children, that travelled to DRC to care for a relative and later attended his burial after he died of Ebola. Upon returning to Uganda two brothers - aged five and three - and the 50-year-old grandmother tested positive for the virus, and the family was quarantined in Bwera, a border town in the country's west. The older boy died Tuesday - the first Ebola fatality in Uganda since the start of the DRC outbreak that has seen more than 2,000 cases recorded, around two-thirds of which have been fatal. Ebola | Health workers attacked amid mistrust from communities A health ministry official said Thursday the grandmother had also died overnight. "The deceased has been confirmed as the grandmother of the five-year-old boy who died. Both victims had attended the burial of an Ebola patient in DRC, but returned to Uganda," the official told AFP on condition of anonymity. The official said arrangements were being made to bury the woman in Kasese, the western district bordering Congo where her grandson was laid to rest Wednesday. About 25,000 people cross the district's main border crossing of Mpwonde at a daily basis, according to the DRC health ministry. The World Health Organization also confirmed the woman had succumbed to the haemorrhagic virus. WHO said 27 others in contact with the family had been placed under close monitoring. Uganda's health ministry said frontline health workers were due to be vaccinated Friday with a new drug designed to protect them against the virus.


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Two Oil Tankers Attacked in the Middle East, Stoking Fears of Conflict
The attack echoes one last month
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Last Ever Two-Door Range Rover Classic Heading To Auction
Perhaps the most significant left-hand drive Range Rover Classic in existence, this 1994 200 Tdi presents a significant piece of Land Rover history. Rolling off the Solihull production line on January 11, 1994, ‘647644’ was the very last production tw...
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Married at First Sight’s Favorite Couples Share Their Bold Predictions for New Season
And just like that, four more couples have said yes to getting Married at First Sight. Earlier tonight, Lifetime kicked off a brand-new season of their hit reality show where eight...
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Former Vice President Joe Biden Surprises Voters at Iowa Cafe
Former Vice President Joe Biden surprised diners at an Eldridge cafe on Wednesday as part of his two-day campaign trail in Iowa.
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