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Op-Ed: We can't even believe what the CDC tells us anymore

Confusion now reigns over how Ebola is spread, and it's apparent not even the experts know for sure. The CDC effectively lost face with the public when they changed the wording on their website, saying 'no evidence' Ebola is spread by coughs or sneezes.

TopFinds: Canadians defend Muslims; 'Birdman' flies high

A group of Canadians defend a Muslim harassed while waiting for a bus. 'Birdman' is a compelling tale of big egos and washed-up actors. Easter Islanders made contact with the outside world earlier than previously thought. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

New way to detect porcine epidemic diarrhea virus

Researchers have developed a new test for porcine epidemic diarrhea virus. This virus has been spreading throughout the pig population within the U.S. The test differentiates the genetic material of the virus from that of other viruses.

New insight into how easily Ebola infects

Ebola has been making headlines around the world. One of the greatest fears is in relation to the virus’ infectivity. A new report weighs up how readily disease transmission can occur.

Canadian who shot dead 3 Mounties gets 75 years with no parole

A 24-year-old man who crept about Moncton, New Brunswick, shooting and killing 3 RCMP officers and wounding 2 others, has been sentenced to 75 years with no chance of parole. In effect, Justin Bourque will in all likelihood never again be a free man.

Branson shocked as Virgin spaceship crash kills pilot

Los Angeles - Virgin's pioneering tourist-carrying spacecraft crashed on a test flight in California, killing a pilot and scattering debris across the desert -- and raising questions about the program's future.

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashes in Mojave Desert, one dead

While testing the SpaceShipTwo plane early Friday, the craft experienced an in-flight anomaly and has crashed in the Mojave Desert killing one pilot and injuring the other. The WhiteKnightTwo carrier plane did land safely.

Police: Shoplifter tried to infect Wal-Mart employee with HIV

Dallas - Police say that a homeless woman who has HIV was arrested Tuesday night after allegedly stealing $11.00 worth of frozen food from a Dallas Wal-Mart and threatening to infect an employee who confronted her about it.

Australia, N.Zealand mark 100 years since first troops left for WWI

Sydney - Australia and New Zealand on Saturday marked 100 years since their first convoy of troops left for the battlefields of World War I, with thousands attending events to commemorate the "heavy day in history".

Halloween sale at the Steam Store

In the spirit of Halloween, the Steam Store is having a special sale with most horror games being sold at a massive discount prices.

Op-Ed: San Francisco Giants fans are elated, despite rain upon a parade Special

San Francisco - Despite storm warnings and a downpour of some rain, over a million Giants fans showed up for the congratulatory parade celebration in honor of the baseball team's third World Series Victory in five years.

2 women come forward, Toronto police investigating Jian Ghomeshi

Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash told media this afternoon that two women have come forward to file a complaint against Jian Ghomeshi and the former host of the 'Q' is being investigated for assault. Mr. Ghomeshi has not commented on the development.

Malala donates World Children's Prize to UNRWA for Gaza schools

Stockholm - Malala Yousafzai has donated her $50,000 award from the World Children's Prize to rebuild 83 war-torn schools in Gaza that were destroyed. She received the prize on Wednesday, October 29, 2014, making the announcement in Stockholm, Sweden.

Trick or Treat: Safety tips for kids for Halloween 2014

Halloween is a grand time for kids who careen about in the dark dressed up as ghosts, cowboys, ballerinas and Lady Gaga. Costume choices go through some changes over the years one thing remains the same - the need for safety.

Boko Haram says kidnapped schoolgirls 'married off'

Kano - Boko Haram has claimed the 219 schoolgirls it kidnapped in Nigeria earlier this year have converted to Islam and been married off, according to a new video obtained by AFP on Friday.

Ecuador court clears way for unlimited presidential terms

Quito - Ecuador's Constitutional Court has given lawmakers the green light to set new rules on term limits that would allow President Rafael Correa to extend his rule beyond 2017.

Op-Ed: Ebola is not a world crisis

New York - No amount of television news coverage of front page stories is going to convince Americans that Ebola is a threat. It simply isn’t. It is not a world crisis, either.

New artifacts and chambers found in Mexico's Teotihuacan ruins

Mexico - After a year's worth of research, Mexican archaeologists revealed Wednesday they've discovered three new chambers and a number of previously unknown artifacts in the ancient city of Teotihuacan.

Butterflies sounding like ants to sneak into nests

Which insects live in ants’ nests? Not only ants is the answer. Other insects take advantage of the nutrient rich hobbles. To get round this, some are adept at imitating ants.

Thought to be extinct, the fanged deer of Afghanistan lives on

In 1948 a Danish research team roaming the Northeast brush lands of Afghanistan made the last documented sighting of the Kashmir musk deer. Now, 60 years later, researchers with the WCS have recorded five sightings of this strange, fanged, deer.
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