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Texas hospital is using fake patients sprayed with TABASCO SAUCE to train doctors how not to come in contact with the deadly virus dripping into U.S territory

At the Ebola unit at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, the staff have been treating fake patients sprayed with Tabasco sauceWhen human skin

'His smile wins over the girls - he will go far in life': How Ottawa shooter's yearbook paints a VERY different picture of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau 

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau seems like a much different man based on quotes from his friends in his high school yearbookWhile a senior at  Ecole Secondaire Saint

The travel and tipping habits of the rich and famous REVEALED through a deciphered New York taxicab database

The routes of Katherine Heigl, Bradley Cooper, Kourtney Kardashian, Ashlee Simpson, Emma Roberts and more could be found by using taxi medallion numbers from paparazzi

Autopsy shows black teenager gunned down by off-duty police officer in St Louis was shot six times in the back - as family attorney says it PROVES he was running away

Vonderrit Myers Jr was shot by off-duty police officer on October 9 Autopsy shows he was shot six times in the back before fatal head woundFamily

The Halloween light show that is perfectly synced to Bohemian Rhapsody

By James Gordon Published: 23:29 EST, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 00:58 EST, 24 October 2014

Twitter erupts with angry rants, confused questions and cynical humor as New York tries to make sense of why Ebola doctor went bowling while knowingly at risk 

Dr. Craig Spencer went bowling at Brooklyn's The Gutter the night before his Ebola diagnosisHealth authorities maintain that Spencer, who returned to NYC 10 days

Fifty shrinks: A lens into the wide-variety therapist offices where New Yorkers from all walks of life pour out their problems and share their innermost secrets

By Alexandra Klausner for MailOnline Published: 23:32 EST, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 00:49 EST, 24 October 2014

'There is no reason for New Yorkers to be alarmed': Officials issue desperate appeal for city to remain calm over Ebola case

Mayor de Blasio insists it is 'extremely difficult' to catch Ebola on subwayInfected doctor Craig Spencer took three subways, went bowling, ate outThe panel of

Vicious Japanese man becomes the first person in the world to get prison time for printing 3D guns 

Yoshitomo Imura, 28, was sentenced to two years in prisonImura produced two firearms between September and December 2013He also released 3D design data for the

Miracle surgery saves all four of expecting mom's quadruplets after fears they were losing blood and she could give birth at just 19 weeks

Ashley Gardner, of Utah, underwent surgery today - it was a successOne set of twins have twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS), a condition which affects identical

'You are so loved': Lawyer who was with Corporal Nathan Cirillo in his final moments describes the support and aide he received from complete strangers desperate to save his life

Barbara Winters, a lawyer in Ottawa, had just walked pass the National War Memorial when Corporal Nathan Cirillo was shot on Wednesday morningShe immediately ran

Should that go there? Officers marking off Ebola patient's NYC apartment toss their gloves, masks and caution tape in PUBLIC trash can on city sidewalk after they leave

New York City police officers were sent to mark of Dr. Craig Spencer's Harlem apartment building todaySpencer is the first confirmed patient with Ebola in

One man and his Harley: Brad Bakelar of Reno rides his motorcycle with his companion, Moki, a five-year-old Goldendoodle

Moki, a five-year-old Goldendoodle, sits comfortably in the backseat of Brad Bakalar's Harley Davidson By James Gordon Published: 20:43 EST, 23 October 2014 |

Small plane and helicopter collide in midair killing three in Maryland

Reports of two aircraft that crashed into each other surfaced Thursday afternoonBoth people aboard the plane survived - though it crashed upside down into

'I want to be in jail so I can overcome my crack addiction': Why 2011 psych assessment of Canadian gunman throws into doubt terror theory as it is revealed there is 'no evidence' of jihadist links

A 2011 psych assessment of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau reveals that the young man said he 'wanted to be in jail to fight his crack addiction'The 32-year-old

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen pledges $100M to combat Ebola in West Africa

Co-founder Paul Allen has pledged a donation of $100 millionThe amount roughly quadruples his earlier commitment of about $26 million to nonprofit groups and the

Ebola 'SWAT teams' on standby to rush to wherever new cases are identified

President Obama last week announced the need for Ebola rapid response teams that he had likened to SWAT teamsCDC has now announced the development of

'I had no choice except to whack it in the face a couple of times': Aussie tourist mauled by a tiger at an animal park in Thailand 

Paul Goudie, from Werribee, was mauled by a tiger in a Phuket animal parkThe 49-year-old suffered serious bites to his left leg and stomachThe Australian tourist

Decorated soldier who fought in 'Black Hawk Down' battle in Somalia dies at 52

Command Sgt. Maj. Robert 'Bob' Gallagher passed away in Georgia His son Patrick said he was suffering from a heart condition at the time Silver star winner

Man with axe shot dead by police in Queens after random attack

The suspect lunged at police with an ax at 2 p.m. on Thursday afternoon in Jamaica, Queens An officer was slashed in the head and another
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