Medical worker quarantined in New Jersey under new Ebola safeguards | Police seek motive in fatal Washington state school shooting | Two deputies killed, two others hurt in California shooting spree | Coal mine accident in far west China kills 16: Xinhua | Canada vows tougher laws as citizens worry in face of attacks | Hacker sentenced to 21 months in U.S. prison for $15 million scheme | U.S. says Palestinian-American killed by Israeli forces | Attacks in Egypt's Sinai kill 33 security personnel | Two U.S. states to quarantine health workers returning from Ebola zones | Two killed, four wounded in Washington state school shooting | Virginia remains identified as those of missing college student | Fannie Mae settles shareholder lawsuit for $170 million | NYC police say hatchet attack by Islam convert was terrorism | Canada vows tougher laws as citizens worry in face of attacks | Drone strike kills three al Qaeda-linked militants: tribal sources | Exclusive: Ford to overhaul Lincoln brand, this time with big bucks | Kurds reject Erdogan report of deal with Syrian rebels to aid besieged Kobani | U.S. appeals court rules for GM over Spyker's Saab sale | 'We won't pay,' furious Cameron tells EU over surprise bill | 25 European banks set to fail health checks: sources | Ford's lower profit beats estimates; sales down on F-150 launch | Deutsche Bank braces for $1.3 billion in U.S., UK Libor fines: sources | Putin accuses United States of damaging world order | U.S. House panel to meet with safety regulators about Takata air bags next week | U.S. nurse who had Ebola is virus free: health officials | Mali Ebola victim travelled while contagious | Iran hangs woman despite international uproar | Egypt declares state of emergency in Sinai | Hong Kong protest leaders to hold street vote | Korea leaflet launch grounded by egg-throwers | Lebanese army battles gunmen in Tripoli | Drone strikes 'al-Qaeda stronghold' in Yemen | More than 100,000 'have now fled Myanmar' | Google boss jumps from edge of space |

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