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First confirmed Ebola patient in Mali dies

The first confirmed Ebola patient in Mali has died, according to state TV reports, citing government health officials.

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Airbag recall could expand

More cars could soon join the list of recalls over exploding airbags, a senior administration official told CNN Friday.

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The best time to book your holiday flight is...

If you're planning on flying over the holidays, now's the time book your tickets.

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TLC ends production on 'Honey Boo Boo'

TLC's "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" is ending its run.

On Friday, TMZ reported that the network has canceled the series in light of claims that the program's newly separated matriarch, June "Mama June" Shannon, is dating Mark Anthony McDaniel, a man who…

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Texas man's Halloween decor inspired by Ebola

Ebola-themed Halloween decorations? That's the approach one Dallas-area man is taking.

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Facebook wants to bring back the chatroom

Remember in the late '90s when you would kill time in AOL and IRC chatrooms or post on Usenet? You'd strike up conversations with strangers about subjects you were all interested in, say "The X-Files," container gardening or The Fugees.

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I caught a plane by accident: Inventive sick day excuses

The challenge for playing hooky is always coming up with a credible excuse. But according to a survey for the online career site Careerbuilder.com, while honesty may be lacking, inventiveness is not.

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Creepy cookies

Here's a great activity for your Halloween party!

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Buffett lost $2 billion, but there's good news

The bad news for Warren Buffett: Two of his firm's largest investments have lost the company $2.3 billion this week.

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UNC report finds 18 years of rampant fraud

For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independent report released Wednesday.…

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