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  • Cuban doctor arrives in Geneva for Ebola treatment

    BERLIN (AP) — A Cuban doctor who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone arrived in Switzerland for treatment and was able to walk off the transport plane, a Geneva medical official said Friday.

  • Soaring generic drug prices draw Senate scrutiny

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Some low-cost generic drugs that have helped restrain health care costs for decades are seeing unexpected price spikes of up to 8,000 percent, prompting a backlash from patients, pharmacists and now Washington lawmakers.

  • Officials downplay debates over Ebola aid response

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. officials on Thursday acknowledged disagreements over coordinating the international response to the Ebola epidemic in Liberia, but they say most issues are being worked out and the overall fight against the disease there seems to be succeeding.

  • Mali Ebola crisis deepens with doctor's death

    BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — Mali's emerging Ebola crisis deepened Thursday as the government announced that a doctor had died from the disease, becoming the second health worker fatality linked to a single patient initially thought to have kidney disease.

POLITICAL NEWS

Food stamp policy could cost Maine federal funding

Federal officials say Maine risks losing funding to administer its food stamp program unless it makes clear to recipients that having their photos placed on electronic benefit transfer cards is optional.

Biden urges Russia to uphold east Ukraine truce

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden criticized Russia on Friday for its role in eastern Ukraine, urging Moscow to uphold a cease-fire in the war-torn region as he visited Kiev on the anniversary of the country's anti-government protests.

Obama to visit India in January for Republic Day

President Barack Obama will travel to India in January for celebrations marking the country's Republic Day.

In bid for relevance, Obama mortgages Dems’ future

In immigration gamble, the president hopes Republicans will overreact and Hispanics will line-up behind him. Some Democrats have deep concerns.

House Republicans sue Obama administration over immigration

House Republicans have sued the Obama administration over steps President Obama took to put his health law into place.

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  • VIRAL VIDEOS: Chick Chick

    (YouTube / VideoFunnyChina) Here’s what’s going viral now on Facebook. Download audio file (STATUSUPDATES_11-20-2014.mp3) “Chick … [visit site to read more]

  • Chesney’s ‘Big Revival Tour’ Gets Bigger

    (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP) Kenny Chesney adds some young guns to the roster of his Big Revival Tour. Plus, the first ever American Country Countdown Awards continues to add big name performers and, Garth Brooks has some strong words — … [visit site to read more]

  • President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration

    President Barack Obama spoke Thursday night, as he unveiled his plans to sidestep Congress, as a means to help nearly 5 million immigrants in the US illegally by making them eligible to avoid deportation and obtain work permits. Listen to FOX News Radio special coverage of the President’s … [visit site to read more]

  • Republican Governors Celebrate Election Wins [VIDEO]

    Republicans on Capitol Hill have been celebrating the election earlier this month in which they won full control of Congress, but there is also a bit of congratulating being done among GOP governors, many who won re-election and some fellow party candidates who defeated Democratic … [visit site to read more]

  • Senator Mary Landrieu’s Keystone Collapse

    It was a rough week for Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu. The three term Democrat headed up a battle in the Senate over the Keystone XL Pipeline, which was defeated. Next month she’ll face off against Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy in a head to head primary. And, according to a new Gravis Poll it doesn’t look good […]