Rush Limbaugh

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  • Liberia hopes US Ebola aid pushes world to do more

    MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — People critically ill with Ebola languishing in an ambulance for hours as paramedics seek a place for them. Treatment centers filling up as soon as they are opened. The situation is so dire in Liberia that its president welcomed America's pledge to send troops and treatment centers but said much more needs to be done.

  • Study: Artificial Sweeteners may promote diabetes

    NEW YORK (AP) — Using artificial sweeteners may set the stage for diabetes in some people by hampering the way their bodies handle sugar, suggests a preliminary study done mostly in mice.

  • Hospitals struggled during Sandy, report says

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Northeast nearly two years ago, hospitals found themselves dealing with surges in patients, lost power supplies and employees who couldn't get to work — problems that a new federal report finds they were not prepared to handle.

  • Ebola survivor: No time to waste as Obama ups aid

    WASHINGTON (AP) — An American doctor who survived Ebola said there's no time to waste as President Barack Obama outlined his plan to ramp up the U.S. response to the epidemic in West Africa.


Sheriffs in the Southwest: The border is ‘spiraling out of control’

Sheriffs along the U.S. border with Mexico don’t like what they’re seeing.

Obama insists no ‘combat mission’ for US troops in Iraq, despite Dempsey comment

President Obama insisted Wednesday that he will not send U.S. troops into a “combat mission” on the ground in Iraq, a day after his top military adviser opened the door to that possibility during a Capitol Hill hearing.  

Pennsylvania lawmaker's staffer pleads guilty in gun case

A Pennsylvania congressman's press secretary pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor weapons charges, acknowledging that he accidentally carried an unloaded gun and ammunition into a Congressional office building in Washington.

U.S. homeland security officials say homegrown attacks top concern, beyond Islamic State

Top U.S. homeland security officials said Wednesday that the Islamic State is an imminent terror concern for this country but they remain intently focused on an array of  deadly threats, especially Americans becoming indoctrinated on the Internet  and executing a “limited, self-directed attack.”

Senate: China hacked military contractor networks

China's military hacked into computer networks of civilian transportation companies hired by the Pentagon at least nine times, breaking into computers aboard a commercial ship, targeting logistics companies and uploading malicious software onto an airline's computers, Senate investigators said Wednesday.