Americans shocked their govt owns Ebola patent/35,000 walruses gather on shore near Point Lay, Alaska/The Middle East’s new era of militarisation/Judge rules Detroit has authority to cut water to struggling residents and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

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New TLC “Christian” Reality Show Preaching ‘Unconditional Love and Tolerance’

A new reality show set to air on TLC this month will feature the lives of a family who move from Florida to launch a new congregation in the Bible Belt that preaches “unconditional love and tolerance.” “Preaching Alabama,” produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions, will launch next Tuesday, October 7th at 10 p.m. following the …

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OMINOUS SIGN – 35,000 walruses gather on shore near Point Lay, Alaska.

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Some 35,000 walruses gather on shore near Point Lay, Alaska. Pacific walruses looking for places to rest in the absence of sea ice are coming to shore in record numbers on Alaska’s northwest coast. Thousands of walruses are gathered together on one of the last places they have to rest in Alaska — the shore. …

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Austrians exposed to Saudi Woman infected with MERS on Flight

A Saudi woman suffering from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is assumed to have been infectious when she flew from Doha to Vienna on Sept. 22, the World Health Organization said on Thursday. The virus, which causes coughing, fever and sometimes fatal pneumonia, has been reported in more than 800 patients, mainly in Saudi Arabia. …

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Travel Ban From Ebola-Hit Countries Would Be ‘Quick, Simple And Wrong,’ CDC Director Says

Barring all incoming flights from Ebola-hit countries in West Africa might seem like the best way to prevent an outbreak of the virus in the United States, but doing so would actually hurt efforts to curb the outbreak in the long run, Tom Frieden, M.D., MPH, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, …

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Man Thought to Have Died From Ebola Awakes After Burial Team Wraps Him Up

Amid the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, it’s easier to get help if you are dead than if you are alive. My producer and I were driving back from an assignment in Monrovia, where we filmed this morning’s “Good Morning America” segment, when we saw a burial team working along the roadway surrounded by crowds …

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Ebola virus ‘could become airborne’ in nightmare scenario, UN mission chief warns

The longer the Ebola epidemic continues infecting people unabated, the higher the chances it will mutate and become airborne, the UN’s Ebola response chief has warned. Anthony Banbury, the Secretary General’s Special Representative, has said there is a ‘nightmare’ prospect the deadly disease will become airborne if it continues infecting new hosts. His comments come as …

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DISTRESS OF NATIONS – Hong Kong police, protesters brace for conflict

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong’s embattled leader refused demands by pro-democracy protesters to resign Thursday, and instead offered talks to defuse a week of massive demonstrations that have grown into the biggest challenge to Beijing’s authority since China took control of the former British colony in 1997. The Hong Kong Federation of Students said …

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UPDATE: Up to 100 possibly exposed to US Ebola patient; Four isolated

DALLAS — More than a week after a Liberian man fell ill with Ebola and four days after he was placed in isolation at a hospital in Dallas, the apartment where he was staying with four other people had not been cleaned and the sheets and dirty towels he used while sick remained in the …

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Russia has more deployed nuclear warheads than U.S.

For the first time, Russia, which is in the midst of a major strategic nuclear modernization, has more deployed nuclear warheads than the United States, according to the latest numbers released by the State Department. Russia now has 1,643 warheads deployed on intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarine-launched ballistic missiles and heavy bombers. The United States has 1,642, said the …

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JPMorgan Hacked, 76,000,000 Households Impacted

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), the biggest U.S. bank, said a previously disclosed data breach of its systems affected 76 million households and 7 million small businesses. Customer names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses were taken, the New York-based bank said today in a regulatory filing. Internal bank information “relating to such users” also …

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UFO Appears Above Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protesters

Ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have drawn tens of thousands of citizens, taking to the streets, demonstrating their opposition to news that China will choose the candidates for the upcoming 2017 election. During one of those protests, the crowd got a little something extra as a brightly lit object appeared in the sky above …

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October Signs in the Heavens: Blood Moon, Solar Eclipses, a Meteor Shower and More

Skywatchers have plenty of reasons to look up toward the heavens this month. October brings a number of stargazing treats, including eclipses of the moon and sun, a dependably dazzling meteor shower, and good opportunities to view planets such as Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. A comet will also make a dramatic flyby of Mars; though that …

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Five people contract Ebola every hour in Sierra Leone

Five people are being infected with Ebola every hour in Sierra Leone and demand for treatment beds is far outstripping supply, the Save the Children charity warned on Thursday. If the current “terrifying” rate of infection continues, 10 people every hour will be infected with the deadly virus in the West African country by the end …

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Students hear praise for transgendered killer

Students across America whose schools take part in “LGBT History Month” soon will be hearing praise for a transgendered killer who recently got out of prison. According to a website promoting the observance, the personality spotlighted for Oct. 25 is CeCe McDonald, who was accused of second-degree murder and accepted a plea bargain of second-degree …

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Paralysis cases in Alberta under investigation for Enterovirus D68 Link

Alberta Health Services (AHS) says it’s investigating four cases of paralysis in children, but the patients have not been diagnosed with Enterovirus D68. Provincial health officials in B.C. are trying to determine if a man and boy with the illness developed paralysis-like symptoms because of the infections. Doctors are watching the two cases but say …

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80 monitored in Dallas for Ebola Virus

Health officials are monitoring not only the people the Dallas Ebola patient had contact with while he was contagious and not isolated, but also dozens of people that they subsequently contacted, Dallas County Health and Human Services spokeswoman Erikka Neroes said Thursday. Eighty people — the patient’s contacts, plus people with whom they had contact …

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Could Mount Fuji be the next Japanese volcano to erupt?

The eruption of Mount Ontake has raised fears that more of Japan’s 110 active volcanoes could spring into life with little or no warning, with experts admitting they simply do not know when and where the next eruption will occur. On the list of the 47 peaks most at risk, according to the Japan Meteorological …

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Obama Wants Amnesty Because He Believes America Is Part of Global Universe

Wednesday at his speech to members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Labor Secretary, Thomas Perez said President Barack Obama will fulfill his promise to use an executive order to grant amnesty for up to 6 million illegal immigrants already living in the United States because he “has someone who has lived overseas, he understands that …

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Why hasn’t the U.S. closed its airports to travelers from Ebola-ravaged countries?

Now that a man in the United States has been diagnosed with Ebola, some are asking why we haven’t stopped allowing people traveling from West Africa into our airports. Thomas Eric Duncan, the patient currently being treated in the Dallas area, boarded a flight from Liberia on Sept. 19 and arrived in Texas on Sept. …

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DEVELOPING – Ebola Patient took at least 3 Flights in Transit

Hundreds of passengers were exposed to Mr. Duncan after it was revealed today that the traveler took at least three flights to get from Liberia to Dallas – because there is no direct flight from Belgium to Texas. The other flight that Mr. Duncan boarded is currently unknown and no details are being released. United …

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Patient in isolation in Hawaii, officials say Ebola a possibility

The Department of Health has confirmed a patient is currently in isolation and undergoing testing in Honolulu. The Hawaii Nurses Association said the person is being treated at The Queen’s Medical Center. Officials told KHON2 Ebola is a possibility, however the patient has yet to be specifically tested for the virus. “We are early in …

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