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Sep 22, 2014

Streets busy as Ebola lockdown ends

Streets in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, are bustling again after an unprecedented nationwide shutdown during which more than one million homes were checked for Ebola patients and given information on the disease. But the government has delayed a... #West Africa #Sierra Leone #Liberia #Human Rights Watch

Sep 22, 2014

Canada failing to investigate murdered women

Toronto, Canada - Lee Maracle is convinced she knows why the Canadian government rejects a national public inquiry into the alarmingly high number of missing and murdered aboriginal women and girls in Canada. "There is no political will to investigat... #Canada #United Nations #Toronto #Royal Canadian Mounted Police #Red River

Sep 22, 2014

Terry Francona: 'I'd rather be nervous than packing': Cleveland Indians quick hits

"The guys have worked so hard to have this time left where you wake up and it&aposs, &aposLet&aposs go,&apos" Francona said. "I think our guys are embracing it. We&aposve actually been in this situation for a while now and I think our guys are doing ... #Canada #United Nations #Toronto #Royal Canadian Mounted Police #Red River

Sep 22, 2014

Finding the Right People: A Challenge in Transforming Industries

There are two mega-trends affecting both higher education and health care: the demand for value and the need for size. (Even more so in institutions like mine, Georgia Regents University and Health System, which, as our state's only public academic h... #Canada #United Nations #Toronto #Royal Canadian Mounted Police #Red River

Sep 20, 2014

Roger Goodell's news conference: 5 things to know

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell began with an apology. It was for his handling of the scandal surrounding Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who has been indefinitely suspended following the release of a video that shows him knocking out his futu... #Barack Obama #Roger Goodell #Baltimore Ravens #National Football League #Ray Rice

Sep 22, 2014

Dan Kane Singers to call it quits after 37 years

Christmas concert tickets go on sale beginning Saturday. The Dan Kane Singers, one of Western Massachusetts most successful and longest-running musical groups, will end their 37-year run with a performance in Holyoke later this year. Kane sent an ema... #Massachusetts #College of the Holy Cross #U.S. Republican Party

Sep 22, 2014

UW senior advocates student education rights

UW-Madison student Hannah Kinsella lobbied U.S. Sen.Tammy Baldwin’s, D-Wis., office Sept. 19, pushing for greater transparency on how schools and students enter into agreements with financial ... #Massachusetts #College of the Holy Cross #U.S. Republican Party

Sep 22, 2014

Letters: School cameras needed for safety

Again I had to read negativity about the need for speed cameras ["Problems with speed cams persist," Letters, Sept. 17]. I am a school crossing guard. If cars don't slow down when they see me standing on a curb, what makes anyone believe that trimmed... #Bayport, NY #Levittown, NY

Sep 20, 2014

NFL's Goodell: 'We'll get our house in order'

Embattled NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologized Friday for what he said was his mishandling of the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal but vowed "now I will get it right and will do whatever is necessary to accomplish that." Speaking at a Manhatta... #ESPN #Roger Goodell #Baltimore Ravens #Sports Illustrated #National Football League #Ray Rice

Sep 22, 2014

Thoughts on Perseverance and Escaping the Rat Race

In Henry V, poet William Shakespeare, wrote "Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more." This message of perseverance is one that has proven to be utterly timeless, and even hundreds of years later is still extremely relevant. This particula... #William Shakespeare #Henry V of England