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August 23, 2014

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    Toddler causes security breach at White House, delays Obama address on Iraq

    President Barack Obama was about to address the nation on Iraq Thursday night when the briefing was delayed because of a security breach on the North Lawn of the White House. But this wasn’t your normal breach, this was one of a pint-sized variety. A toddler forced the President, the press corps and the nation to wait. The little boy managed to squeeze himself between the bars of the White House fence, just before the briefing was expected to start. It forced a temporary lockdown. It didn’t take long to resolve the matter and he’s now back with his parents….

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    WHO: Ebola outbreak in West Africa an international health emergency

    (CNN) — Global health experts on Friday declared the Ebola epidemic ravaging West Africa an international health emergency that requires a coordinated global approach. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are battling the Ebola virus, which has also spread to Nigeria. The virus is believed to have infected 1,779 people, killing 961, from the start of the outbreak earlier this year through Wednesday, the World Health Organization said. “The possible consequences of further international spread are particularly serious in view of the virulence of the virus, the intensive community and health facility transmission patterns, and the weak health systems in the…

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    Hurricane Iselle closes in on Hawaii as rain begins falling in Hilo

    As Hurricanes Iselle and Julio headed toward Hawaii, Stan Lawrence boarded up his surf shop in downtown Hilo. “It’s safer to be closed,” Lawrence said Thursday morning, although the sun was shining. Later, the rain began. The last time a hurricane hit the state was in 1992, when Iniki veered past the Big Island and pummeled Kauai, killing six people and destroying 1,400 homes. “Hurricanes are unpredictable,” said Lawrence, who grew up in Santa Monica and moved to Hawaii in the 1970s. “They’re like traveling bombs.” CaptionStorm slams Hawaii Luci Pemoni / Associated Press Anne Kllingshirn of Kailua, Hawaii, walks…

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    Former Government Agent Donates Cash

    Former Government Agent Donates Cash 8/8/14  By : Robert L. Macdonald FKNN Jerry Andrews,  a former undercover agent with the United States government. Has donated over  two million dollars , which he claims were some of the profits made by businesses while he was doing undercover work for the government for almost 30 years. Mr. Andrews who recently retired from govt. service had worked undercover in foreign countries for his first few years of service,  but later most of his work involved running several front businesses including some illegal  businesses for the American government in order to gain info and track assets. Mr….

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Toddler causes security breach at White House, delays Obama address on Iraq

Aug 8, 2014

President Barack Obama was about to address the nation on Iraq Thursday night when the briefing was delayed because of a security breach on the North Lawn of the White House. But this wasn’t your normal breach, this was one of a pint-sized variety. A toddler forced the President, the press corps and the nation to wait. The little boy managed to squeeze himself between the bars of the White House fence, just before the briefing was expected to start. It forced a temporary lockdown. It didn’t take long to resolve the matter and he’s now back with his parents….

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WHO: Ebola outbreak in West Africa an international health emergency

Aug 8, 2014

(CNN) — Global health experts on Friday declared the Ebola epidemic ravaging West Africa an international health emergency that requires a coordinated global approach. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are battling the Ebola virus, which has also spread to Nigeria. The virus is believed to have infected 1,779 people, killing 961, from the start of the outbreak earlier this year through Wednesday, the World Health Organization said. “The possible consequences of further international spread are particularly serious in view of the virulence of the virus, the intensive community and health facility transmission patterns, and the weak health systems in the…

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Hurricane Iselle closes in on Hawaii as rain begins falling in Hilo

Aug 8, 2014

As Hurricanes Iselle and Julio headed toward Hawaii, Stan Lawrence boarded up his surf shop in downtown Hilo. “It’s safer to be closed,” Lawrence said Thursday morning, although the sun was shining. Later, the rain began. The last time a hurricane hit the state was in 1992, when Iniki veered past the Big Island and pummeled Kauai, killing six people and destroying 1,400 homes. “Hurricanes are unpredictable,” said Lawrence, who grew up in Santa Monica and moved to Hawaii in the 1970s. “They’re like traveling bombs.” CaptionStorm slams Hawaii Luci Pemoni / Associated Press Anne Kllingshirn of Kailua, Hawaii, walks…

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Toddler causes security breach at White House, delays Obama address on Iraq

President Barack Obama was about to address the nation on Iraq Thursday night when the briefing was delayed because of a security breach on the North Lawn of the White House. But this wasn’t your normal breach, this was one of a pint-sized variety. A toddler forced the President, the press corps and the nation to wait. The little boy managed to squeeze himself between the bars of the White House fence, just before the briefing was expected to start. It forced a temporary lockdown. It didn’t take long to resolve the matter and he’s now back with his parents….

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WHO: Ebola outbreak in West Africa an international health emergency

(CNN) — Global health experts on Friday declared the Ebola epidemic ravaging West Africa an international health emergency that requires a coordinated global approach. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are battling the Ebola virus, which has also spread to Nigeria. The virus is believed to have infected 1,779 people, killing 961, from the start of the outbreak earlier this year through Wednesday, the World Health Organization said. “The possible consequences of further international spread are particularly serious in view of the virulence of the virus, the intensive community and health facility transmission patterns, and the weak health systems in the…

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Hurricane Iselle closes in on Hawaii as rain begins falling in Hilo

As Hurricanes Iselle and Julio headed toward Hawaii, Stan Lawrence boarded up his surf shop in downtown Hilo. “It’s safer to be closed,” Lawrence said Thursday morning, although the sun was shining. Later, the rain began. The last time a hurricane hit the state was in 1992, when Iniki veered past the Big Island and pummeled Kauai, killing six people and destroying 1,400 homes. “Hurricanes are unpredictable,” said Lawrence, who grew up in Santa Monica and moved to Hawaii in the 1970s. “They’re like traveling bombs.” CaptionStorm slams Hawaii Luci Pemoni / Associated Press Anne Kllingshirn of Kailua, Hawaii, walks…

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Former Government Agent Donates Cash

Former Government Agent Donates Cash 8/8/14  By : Robert L. Macdonald FKNN Jerry Andrews,  a former undercover agent with the United States government. Has donated over  two million dollars , which he claims were some of the profits made by businesses while he was doing undercover work for the government for almost 30 years. Mr. Andrews who recently retired from govt. service had worked undercover in foreign countries for his first few years of service,  but later most of his work involved running several front businesses including some illegal  businesses for the American government in order to gain info and track assets. Mr….