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November 7, 2014

There's A Human Rights Crisis Awaiting Obama In Asia

President Obama travels to Burma on Sunday. This week, the Burmese government announced a new deportation policy targeting the Muslim ethnic group it refuses to acknowledge exists.

What Does Taste Sound Like?

Using the work of Condiment Junkie, a sensory branding agency, test your brain to see if you can connect sound with taste.

Costolo Under Siege: Can Twitter's CEO Outlast His Critics?

Twitter employees may feel a bit perturbed that their well-liked leader was roughed up in a Wall Street Journal article. But regardless, Costolo and his team still need to figure out what Twitter really is.

26 Amazing Images From This Week In News

Republican candidate Joni Ernst winning the U.S. Senate race on Election Day stole a lot of this week's headlines, but plenty happened in the news world this week. Many New Yorkers participated in the NYC Marathon, the Day of the Dead was celebrated in Mexico, and the unrest continues in Syria. Here are some of the best news images brought to us by hardworking photojournalists all over the globe.WARNING: Graphic images



The Ebola Outbreak In Dallas Is Officially Over

The monitoring period for people who came in contact with the deadly virus ends today. The CDC ordered $2.7 million worth of personal protective equipment for U.S. hospitals treating Ebola patients.

How Facebook Helps Me Stay Sober

It holds me accountable, but it's also helping diminish some of the stigma of being an alcoholic.

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