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Due to his son's Type 1 diabetes, Boston University Professor Ed Damiano is helping to develop the bionic pancreas, a device to take the thinking out of having to manage Type 1 diabetes 24/7.
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New York man arrested for providing material support to Islamic State. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Obama announces $750 million plan to fight Ebola
President Obama's plan would train 500 local health care workers every week and assign some 3,000 U.S. military personnel to assist with medical and logistical support. It would also establish a headquarters in Liberia to coordinate international relief. Dean Reynolds reports.
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Lawmakers face two questions in granting President Obama's authority to confront the Islamic State. How much freedom should Obama have to act as he chooses? And should the mission have an expiration date? WSJ's Jerry Seib explains.
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Here's the latest news for Thursday, September 18th: Scotland independence vote; Australia busts terror plot; Manhunt in Pennsylvania; NFL player Jonathan Dwyer arrested.
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Many of us have been there: the awkward break-up conversation: whose CDs are these, who bought this book? For England and Scotland, the break up could be somewhat trickier. After all, how do you decide where to keep those pesky nuclear submarines. And would you have to kick the queen out of Balmoral? Credit: YouTube/Susie Lochiel