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Bill Clinton Says He's Ebola-Free After Annual Africa Trip, Raises Awareness For Issue

Bill Clinton used his time at the podium on Thursday to stump for improved health infrastructures in the developing world -- and to assure the crowd he's healthy. "This morning, I'm officially Ebola-free," Clinton said during a speech at the United Nations' Economic and Social Council Partnership Forum, CNN reported. The former president told the audience he's still checking his ...

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Emails Show How Quickly The Oklahoma SAE Scandal Unfolded

The Greek letters had barely been off the former Sigma Alpha Epsilon house at the University of Oklahoma for 24 hours before people started asking if they could take over the property. In March, SAE national headquarters shut down its OU chapter after members were caught on video singing a racist song. A day later, OU President David Boren told ...

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9 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Sect In London Bans Women From Driving

Leaders of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect in north London recently issued a statement to their community that bans women from driving. The letter, signed by rabbis from the Belz Hasidic sect in Stamford Hill and sent last week to parents in the community, says that female drivers are a violation of “the traditional rules of modesty in our camp.” It ...

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School May Be The Best Place To Address PTSD In Young People, But Resources Are Spread Thin

For far too many students attending urban schools in the U.S., learning takes a back seat to what’s going on outside the classroom -- namely, violence at home and in the community -- and few schools are equipped to help students cope. That could start to change in the near future. A federal class-action lawsuit filed last week alleges that ...

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