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The Watchdogs: Quinn Energy, Jobs Program Falling Short of Goals

Illinois legislators created the Urban Weatherization Initiative in 2009, promising that as much as $425 million in taxpayer money would go to train an army of workers in predominantly African-American neighborhoods to identify and fix energy-efficiency problems in homes.

Man feels misled, frustrated that tattoos cost him job

A man is left confused and frustrated after he feels he was denied a job based on his tattoos.

Mom Notifies Neighborhood That Man Carries Gun Around His Kids

Matthew Halleck carries a concealed gun every weekday when he takes his two daughters to Harriet Bishop Elementary school in Rochester, Minnesota.

Elementary School Throws Ebola Tantrum over Two Kids from Rwanda

Two elementary school children are being kept from attending Howard Yocum Elementary School in New Jersey because they recently moved to the U.S. from Rwanda, prompting Ebola fears from other parents — even though Rwanda is 2,600 miles from the west African region afflicted by the Ebola outbreak.

There’s a Plush Ebola Toy Online That’s Already Sold Out

Here’s a phrase you probably never thought you’d hear: “Ebola toy.” But yes, there is a company, Giant Microbes, that sells a big stuffed Ebola virus. And this week the company said it’s actually sold out (take a guess why).

President Obama Suggests Ebola Czar, Dismisses Idea of Travel Ban

President Obama spoke this evening on the Ebola crisis, and said his administration is considering the possibility of an Ebola czar, someone to oversee the government’s response to this virus.

Fox News Poll: As election nears, voters say things are ‘going to hell in a handbasket’

The world’s “going to hell in a handbasket,” according to a majority of voters in the latest Fox News poll.

Earnest and ABC’s Jon Karl Mock Grimes’ Refusal to Say She Voted Obama

ABC’s Jonathan Karl joked with White House press secretary Josh Earnest on Tuesday about the recent flub by Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Grimes

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Was NYC Dr Craig Spencer irresponsible for going about his daily life knowing he was sick, maybe with Ebola?

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Gavin Seim, Activist, Pulls Over Cop Driving In Unmarked Car In Washington, Demands ID

Here's a guy who has a little extra in the guts department.

A Dog Ruins This Weatherman’s Day

A very awkward media moment between a weatherman and a dog.

Wendy Rogers Criticized Heavily for Using ISIS Beheading in Attack Ad

Wendy Rogers's (R) campaign ad appears to be the first to use footage from an ISIS execution video this election cycle

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