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Kaci Hickox Ordered to Stay at Least 3 Feet from Anyone


ABC News(FORT KENT, Maine) — The state of Maine has been granted a temporary court order restricting the movements of Kaci Hickox.A judge in Augusta has told her she must agree to active monitoring, coordinate her travel with health authorities, not be present in public places, not leave Fort Kent and stay at least 3 feet from anyone when she does go out.This is short of the blood test the governor had mentioned and short of a mandated quarantine, but there will be some sort of agreement or more substantive order later Friday.Follow @ABCNewsRadio

Windowless Planes to Hit Skies in Next Decade


Kenseth Takes Pole for Sprint Cup Race at Texas


TLC(NEW YORK) -- "Mama June" Shannon appears to be taking the cancellation of her hit TLC show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, in stride.In an interview that aired on E! News Wednesday night, the reality star said, "I can't say anything bad about the show. I can't say anything bad about TLC."Mama June also smiled and laughed throughout most of the interview, even throwing up the peace sign.TLC nixed the reality show Friday after allegations surfaced that Mama June was once again dating convicted pedophile Mark McDaniel. Shannon has denied these claims, sayin
Centre for Process Innovation(NEW YORK) -- Imagine flying on an airplane and being able to see the clouds all around you. That’s what one company plans on achieving in the next 10 years -- an airplane without windows.The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), a U.K.-based cutting edge technology association, envisioned the next generation aircraft in an effort to conserve fuel, while drastically transforming the customer experience.“Removing the windows will significantly reduce the weight of the aircraft, saving fuel and therefore reducing op
Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for NASCAR(FORT WORTH, Texas) -- Tony Stewart broke a record, but Matt Kenseth had the fastest final round Friday to win the pole for Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway.Stewart finished his second round lap with a speed of 200.111 mph. That makes him the first driver to ever record a lap over 200 mph in a 1.5-mile track in the Sprint Cup series.Kenseth, who is 4th in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, was better in the end as he takes the pole with a final-round lap of 199.299.The other seven drivers that
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