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How the CDC Will Make Sure Ebola Doesn't Spread in US


Credit: James Gathany/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(DALLAS) -- To stop the deadly Ebola virus from spreading in the U.S., health officials said they have already started tracking anyone involved with the first Ebola patient to be diagnosed here.Officials from the U.S. Centers of Disease Control confirmed Tuesday that the first Ebola patient has been diagnosed in the U.S., after arriving from Liberia. In a press conference in Dallas, CDC director Tom Frieden said local health department officials were prepared and had already started trackin

George Clooney Sold Wedding Pictures for Charity


What to Expect from Microsoft Windows 10


Kobe Bryant: I Feel 'Normal...Like Myself'


Robino Salvatore/GC Images(NEW YORK) -- George Clooney auctioned off his wedding pictures to the highest bidders, but that money will go to a great cause.The winners were People magazine in the North American market and the British tabloid, Hello, in Europe. Sources familiar with the sale tell TMZ the decision came down to which publication would pony up the most money.The sources say the money will be going to several human rights charities, with the lion's share earmarked for the Satellite Sentinel Project. It’s a charity that monitors the movem
Microsoft(NEW YORK) -- It's not coming out until 2015, but Microsoft offered a peek at what users can expect from the latest generation of the company's operating system called Windows 10.Many keen Microsoft observers will note that the company skipped over the number nine in naming the latest iteration of the software. It's something a company spokesman said signals how the operating system has evolved."Windows 10 carries Windows forward into a new way of doing things. It is not an incremental change, but a new Windows that will empower the next billio
Doug Pensinger/Getty Images(EL SEGUNDO, Calif.) -- Lakers All-Star Kobe Bryant is back and ready to show the rest of the NBA that he is 100 percent.Bryant missed most of last year after suffering a torn Achilles tendon to go along with a fracture in his left knee. Still, he practiced for the first time with his team Tuesday for the first two hours and 15 minutes of the three hour practice run by Byron Scott."I felt normal. I felt like myself," Bryant said. "That's a good thing.""I love playing the game," Bryant continued. "I truly enjoy it. The gam
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