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Ebola Death Toll Rises

GENEVA, Oct 31 (Reuters) – The Ebola epidemic has killed 4,951 people out of 13,567 infected in eight countries, the World Health Organization said on Friday, slightly revising downwards its figures for cases mainly due to “suspected cases in Guinea being discarded.” The toll reflects a rise of 31 deaths since the United Nations agency reported its previous figures on Wednesday, while the number of overall cases fell by 136. More…

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Ebola Death Toll Rises

GENEVA, Oct 31 (Reuters) – The Ebola epidemic has killed 4,951 people out of 13,567 infected in eight countries, the World Health Organization said on Friday, slightly revising downwards its figures for cases mainly due to “suspected cases in Guinea being discarded.” The toll reflects a rise of 31 deaths since the United Nations agency reported its previous figures on Wednesday, while the number of overall cases fell by 136. More…

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Ebola Death Toll Rises

GENEVA, Oct 31 (Reuters) – The Ebola epidemic has killed 4,951 people out of 13,567 infected in eight countries, the World Health Organization said on Friday, slightly revising downwards its figures for cases mainly due to “suspected cases in Guinea being discarded.” The toll reflects a rise of 31 deaths since the United Nations agency reported its previous figures on Wednesday, while the number of overall cases fell by 136. More…

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Agent Says Chicago Marathon Champ Rita Jeptoo Failed Doping Test

STELLENBOSCH, South Africa (AP) — Chicago Marathon champion Rita Jeptoo failed a doping test in September, the Kenyan runner’s agent said Friday. Federico Rosa told The Associated Press that Jeptoo tested positive for a banned substance in an out-of-competition test in Kenya weeks before she won a second straight Chicago Marathon title on Oct. 12. More…

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Agent Says Chicago Marathon Champ Rita Jeptoo Failed Doping Test

STELLENBOSCH, South Africa (AP) — Chicago Marathon champion Rita Jeptoo failed a doping test in September, the Kenyan runner’s agent said Friday. Federico Rosa told The Associated Press that Jeptoo tested positive for a banned substance in an out-of-competition test in Kenya weeks before she won a second straight Chicago Marathon title on Oct. 12. More…

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Agent Says Chicago Marathon Champ Rita Jeptoo Failed Doping Test

STELLENBOSCH, South Africa (AP) — Chicago Marathon champion Rita Jeptoo failed a doping test in September, the Kenyan runner’s agent said Friday. Federico Rosa told The Associated Press that Jeptoo tested positive for a banned substance in an out-of-competition test in Kenya weeks before she won a second straight Chicago Marathon title on Oct. 12. More…

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Chicago Sun-Times Sells Suburban Papers To Tribune Publishing Co.

CHICAGO (AP) — The parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times announced Friday it has sold six daily newspapers and 32 weeklies in the Chicago suburbs to Tribune Publishing Co., casting the sale as an effort to more forcefully move into digital media. Sun-Times owner Wrapports LLC said the deal will allow it to focus on its new Sun-Times Network, which launched Friday and centers on a mobile news app tailored to local audiences in 70 U.S. cities. The sale also will financially strengthen the Chicago Sun-Times, the company said.

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Chicago Sun-Times Sells Suburban Papers To Tribune Publishing Co.

CHICAGO (AP) — The parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times announced Friday it has sold six daily newspapers and 32 weeklies in the Chicago suburbs to Tribune Publishing Co., casting the sale as an effort to more forcefully move into digital media. Sun-Times owner Wrapports LLC said the deal will allow it to focus on its new Sun-Times Network, which launched Friday and centers on a mobile news app tailored to local audiences in 70 U.S. cities. The sale also will financially strengthen the Chicago Sun-Times, the company said.

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Chicago Sun-Times Sells Suburban Papers To Tribune Publishing Co.

CHICAGO (AP) — The parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times announced Friday it has sold six daily newspapers and 32 weeklies in the Chicago suburbs to Tribune Publishing Co., casting the sale as an effort to more forcefully move into digital media. Sun-Times owner Wrapports LLC said the deal will allow it to focus on its new Sun-Times Network, which launched Friday and centers on a mobile news app tailored to local audiences in 70 U.S. cities. The sale also will financially strengthen the Chicago Sun-Times, the company said.

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The Universal Social Price of Harassment: Human Interaction

As I watched the viral video showing a woman’s experience with street harassment swirl around my Facebook and Twitter feed this week, I found my reaction both curious and defensive. Immediately, I thought: I don’t walk like her, I don’t look like her, and, crucially, my experience is not exactly like hers. But, with some distance, I found myself feeling intimately connected to the video’s message about the very real social costs of the daily experience of harassment. As a single female city dweller in my mid-twenties, I often joke with my friends that I am in a deep and committed relationship with my city. Relocating since college from the charming streets of Boston to the metropolitan mecca of New York City to the cosmopolitan bustle of London, UK (where I currently reside), I’ve come to grow attached to personal relationships with cities and the variegated experiences they offer.

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The Universal Social Price of Harassment: Human Interaction

As I watched the viral video showing a woman’s experience with street harassment swirl around my Facebook and Twitter feed this week, I found my reaction both curious and defensive. Immediately, I thought: I don’t walk like her, I don’t look like her, and, crucially, my experience is not exactly like hers. But, with some distance, I found myself feeling intimately connected to the video’s message about the very real social costs of the daily experience of harassment. As a single female city dweller in my mid-twenties, I often joke with my friends that I am in a deep and committed relationship with my city. Relocating since college from the charming streets of Boston to the metropolitan mecca of New York City to the cosmopolitan bustle of London, UK (where I currently reside), I’ve come to grow attached to personal relationships with cities and the variegated experiences they offer.

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The Universal Social Price of Harassment: Human Interaction

As I watched the viral video showing a woman’s experience with street harassment swirl around my Facebook and Twitter feed this week, I found my reaction both curious and defensive. Immediately, I thought: I don’t walk like her, I don’t look like her, and, crucially, my experience is not exactly like hers. But, with some distance, I found myself feeling intimately connected to the video’s message about the very real social costs of the daily experience of harassment. As a single female city dweller in my mid-twenties, I often joke with my friends that I am in a deep and committed relationship with my city. Relocating since college from the charming streets of Boston to the metropolitan mecca of New York City to the cosmopolitan bustle of London, UK (where I currently reside), I’ve come to grow attached to personal relationships with cities and the variegated experiences they offer.

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Ask A Canadian: Explaining The Jian Ghomeshi Scandal To Americans

Over the past few days, many of you non-Canadian humans may have noticed the emerging — and seemingly endlessly sordid –story centering on a man named Jian Ghomeshi flooding your social media feeds. What began as Ghomeshi, a Canadian musician and radio host, losing his job with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has spiraled into a much more disturbing story entirely, with multiple women accusing Ghomeshi of crimes and misconduct ranging from sexual harassment to outright violent abuse. The story has ravaged the psyche of Canadians for a number of reasons. First and foremost, there is the fact that Ghomeshi is a media icon in the Great White North.

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Ask A Canadian: Explaining The Jian Ghomeshi Scandal To Americans

Over the past few days, many of you non-Canadian humans may have noticed the emerging — and seemingly endlessly sordid –story centering on a man named Jian Ghomeshi flooding your social media feeds. What began as Ghomeshi, a Canadian musician and radio host, losing his job with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has spiraled into a much more disturbing story entirely, with multiple women accusing Ghomeshi of crimes and misconduct ranging from sexual harassment to outright violent abuse. The story has ravaged the psyche of Canadians for a number of reasons. First and foremost, there is the fact that Ghomeshi is a media icon in the Great White North.

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Ask A Canadian: Explaining The Jian Ghomeshi Scandal To Americans

Over the past few days, many of you non-Canadian humans may have noticed the emerging — and seemingly endlessly sordid –story centering on a man named Jian Ghomeshi flooding your social media feeds. What began as Ghomeshi, a Canadian musician and radio host, losing his job with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has spiraled into a much more disturbing story entirely, with multiple women accusing Ghomeshi of crimes and misconduct ranging from sexual harassment to outright violent abuse. The story has ravaged the psyche of Canadians for a number of reasons. First and foremost, there is the fact that Ghomeshi is a media icon in the Great White North.

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As Usual, Celebrities Went All Out For Halloween

There’s nothing better than staring at pictures of celebrities in Halloween costumes. Good thing, too, since the stars went all out this year, dressing as everything from a giant Cheeto (hey, Katy Perry!) to Grumpy Cat (kudos, Chris Colfer!): More…

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As Usual, Celebrities Went All Out For Halloween

There’s nothing better than staring at pictures of celebrities in Halloween costumes. Good thing, too, since the stars went all out this year, dressing as everything from a giant Cheeto (hey, Katy Perry!) to Grumpy Cat (kudos, Chris Colfer!): More…

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As Usual, Celebrities Went All Out For Halloween

There’s nothing better than staring at pictures of celebrities in Halloween costumes. Good thing, too, since the stars went all out this year, dressing as everything from a giant Cheeto (hey, Katy Perry!) to Grumpy Cat (kudos, Chris Colfer!): More…

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Voters In 14 States Navigating New Rules While Trying To Cast Ballots

By Amanda Becker WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) – U.S. voters in 14 states are navigating new laws that critics say make it harder for lower-income and minority voters, who typically back Democrats, to cast ballots in the midterm elections. Advocacy groups across the country are gearing up to help voters contend with cutbacks in early voting and new state requirements for voter identification, which the mostly Republican sponsors say are necessary to combat voter fraud.

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Voters In 14 States Navigating New Rules While Trying To Cast Ballots

By Amanda Becker WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) – U.S. voters in 14 states are navigating new laws that critics say make it harder for lower-income and minority voters, who typically back Democrats, to cast ballots in the midterm elections. Advocacy groups across the country are gearing up to help voters contend with cutbacks in early voting and new state requirements for voter identification, which the mostly Republican sponsors say are necessary to combat voter fraud.

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Voters In 14 States Navigating New Rules While Trying To Cast Ballots

By Amanda Becker WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) – U.S. voters in 14 states are navigating new laws that critics say make it harder for lower-income and minority voters, who typically back Democrats, to cast ballots in the midterm elections. Advocacy groups across the country are gearing up to help voters contend with cutbacks in early voting and new state requirements for voter identification, which the mostly Republican sponsors say are necessary to combat voter fraud.

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Russian Media Watchdog Threatens To Shut Down Radio Station Critical Of Putin

* Move seen as pressuring Russian media * Watchdog says program “justified war crimes” * Radio station to file lawsuit against watchdog By Alexei Anishchuk MOSCOW, Oct 31 (Reuters) – A Russian state watchdog has warned a radio station known for its critical reporting of President Vladimir Putin’s government over a talk show it broadcast about the Ukraine conflict, the station said on its website on Friday. The warning issued to Ekho Moskvy is seen as putting further pressure on Russian media, which have experienced a series of restrictions in the 14 years of Putin’s rule. If a second warning is issued within a year, the station can be shut down. According to the copy of the warning notice by the watchdog Roskomnadzor posted on the Ekho Moskvy website, a show it ran earlier this week contained “information justifying war crimes practices.” “In accordance with the law…information justifying practices of war and other crimes, aimed at full or partial annihilation of an ethnic or national group, is regarded as extremist activity,” it said. The notice refers to a program where two journalists covering a battle at the Donetsk airport were sharing first hand accounts of the fighting that continues despite a ceasefire reached in September.

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Russian Media Watchdog Threatens To Shut Down Radio Station Critical Of Putin

* Move seen as pressuring Russian media * Watchdog says program “justified war crimes” * Radio station to file lawsuit against watchdog By Alexei Anishchuk MOSCOW, Oct 31 (Reuters) – A Russian state watchdog has warned a radio station known for its critical reporting of President Vladimir Putin’s government over a talk show it broadcast about the Ukraine conflict, the station said on its website on Friday. The warning issued to Ekho Moskvy is seen as putting further pressure on Russian media, which have experienced a series of restrictions in the 14 years of Putin’s rule. If a second warning is issued within a year, the station can be shut down. According to the copy of the warning notice by the watchdog Roskomnadzor posted on the Ekho Moskvy website, a show it ran earlier this week contained “information justifying war crimes practices.” “In accordance with the law…information justifying practices of war and other crimes, aimed at full or partial annihilation of an ethnic or national group, is regarded as extremist activity,” it said. The notice refers to a program where two journalists covering a battle at the Donetsk airport were sharing first hand accounts of the fighting that continues despite a ceasefire reached in September.

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Russian Media Watchdog Threatens To Shut Down Radio Station Critical Of Putin

* Move seen as pressuring Russian media * Watchdog says program “justified war crimes” * Radio station to file lawsuit against watchdog By Alexei Anishchuk MOSCOW, Oct 31 (Reuters) – A Russian state watchdog has warned a radio station known for its critical reporting of President Vladimir Putin’s government over a talk show it broadcast about the Ukraine conflict, the station said on its website on Friday. The warning issued to Ekho Moskvy is seen as putting further pressure on Russian media, which have experienced a series of restrictions in the 14 years of Putin’s rule. If a second warning is issued within a year, the station can be shut down. According to the copy of the warning notice by the watchdog Roskomnadzor posted on the Ekho Moskvy website, a show it ran earlier this week contained “information justifying war crimes practices.” “In accordance with the law…information justifying practices of war and other crimes, aimed at full or partial annihilation of an ethnic or national group, is regarded as extremist activity,” it said. The notice refers to a program where two journalists covering a battle at the Donetsk airport were sharing first hand accounts of the fighting that continues despite a ceasefire reached in September.

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Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan Spoof Kimye in ‘Shake It Off’ Parody

In honor of Halloween, Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan made an amazing rendition of Taylor Swift ‘s “Shake It Off,” which featured cameos by tons of celebrities including Swift herself, Emma Stone , Tina Fey , Hugh Jackman , Kerry Washington and Sophia Vergara . Unfortunately, it looks like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West weren’t able to make the shoot… So Ripa and Strahan had to do a little improvising. About 30 seconds into the song, the video cuts from Ripa dancing around as a hip hop artist to Ripa and Strahan dressed as Kim and Kanye–Strahan with cotton balls stuffed in his cheeks and Ripa wearing a long dark wig and pursing her lips. The video also pays homage to several other Hollywood big-timers, including the cast of Orange is the New Black , Downton Abbey and The Sound of Music.  It also features various clips of media personalities like Giuliana Rancic , Anderson Cooper , Mario Lopez and Bill O’Reilly .

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