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Johnson & Johnson Commits $200 Million To Ebola Vaccine

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Undated) — Johnson & Johnson is committing 200-million dollars to developing an Ebola vaccine. The drugmaker says the money will help accelerate production of a vaccine program. Johnson is one of several drug companies working or collaborating on an Ebola vaccine.

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Mortgage Rates Fall To 18-Month Low

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Undated) — American mortgage rates are falling, but they aren’t driving new home sales. The latest report from the Mortgage Bankers Association shows the average 30 year fixed mortgage rate fell to four-point-one-zero percent last week. That’s the lowest since May, 2013. However, applications for new home mortgages fell by five percent from the week …more

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American Fowle Back On U.S. Soil

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Dayton, OH) — Jeffrey Fowle is back on American soil after spending months as a prisoner in North Korea. His plane touched down at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio this morning. The 56-year-old was arrested in May for leaving a bible at a sailor’s club. The reclusive communist country does not like to see …more

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Pumpkin Festival Organizer Threatens To Shut Down Reporter Talking About Riots

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Undated) — A reporter who covered the riots at the Pumpkin Festival in Keene, New Hampshire is reacting to his broadcast, which has now gone viral. The event organizer could be seen trying to stop Jared Goodell from talking about the riots, and threatened to “pull the plug.”   The organizer says she was trying …more

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Coaches’ Suspensions Upheld By Sayreville Board Of Ed

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Sayreville, NJ) — A New Jersey high school at the center of a football team hazing scandal will continue the suspension of five of team’s coaches. The Sayreville Board of Education voted unanimously last night in favor of extending the suspensions of the coaches, who are also tenured teachers. Head coach George Najjar and four …more

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Man Tells The President Not To Touch His Girlfriend

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Chicago, IL) — There seems to be a touch of jealousy focused at President Obama. As the President was getting ready to vote in Chicago Monday, a man walked by and warned him not to touch his girlfriend who was standing in the next voting booth. Obama joked with the woman about the incident, saying …more

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U.S. Patients Winning Ebola Fight

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Washington, DC) — White House Ebola czar Ron Klain starts his new job today as things start looking up for patients here in the United States. Freelance NBC News cameraman Ashoka Mukpo is now free of Ebola and will be allowed to leave the biocontainment unit at the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha today. Dallas …more

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Coburn’s “Wastebook” Details Absurd Government Spending

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Washington, DC) — Senator Tom Coburn doesn’t think your tax dollars should be used to teach monkeys how to gamble and play video games. That’s just one of the many examples of absurd government spending in the Oklahoma Republican’s annual “Wastebook.” Another entry shows the National Institutes of Health spent 387-thousand dollars to provide a …more

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PETA Files New Claim Against SeaWorld

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(San Diego, CA) — PETA is going after SeaWorld again. A new complaint against the park alleges keeping dolphins, whales and walruses in captivity is causing psychological and physical harm. PETA wants U.S. Department of Agriculture officials to investigate reported violations of the Animal Welfare Act. SeaWorld officials say the complaints are “groundless.” PETA and …more

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Health Officials Pleased With New Ebola Protocols

Posted on October 22nd, 2014 by insideout

(Undated) — Health officials are pleased with the newest set of Ebola protocols handed down by the CDC. The President of the American Nurses Association, Pamela Cipriano, says the guidelines are very specific.   The new protocol calls for doctors and nurses to be trained as to how to treat Ebola patients. As for protective …more

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