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October 31st
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Growing Unrest in Burkina Faso

President Blaise Compaore, who has led Burkina Faso for nearly three decades after taking power in a coup, declared a state of emergency on Thursday, hours after protesters who oppose his bid for another term stormed the parliament and set part of it on fire

Ex-Boston Mayor Menino Dies

Thomas Menino was the city’s longest-serving mayor, serving five terms in office before stepping down this year and being diagnosed with cancer

2014 Campaigns Get Desperate

Candidates running in the midterm elections are turning to Hail Mary TV ads to swing voters with only days to go before Election Day

Ebola Nurse Remains Defiant

Kaci Hickox continued to defy Maine's isolation order after her impromptu Thursday morning bike ride, as talks between the nurse and Governor Paul LePage broke down. LePage said he would "exercise the full extent of his authority" to continue the legal battle

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