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September 25, 2014

Video: Obama's Ebola Speech At The United Nations

"If we don’t take care of this now, we are going to see fallout effects and secondary effects from this that will have ramifications for a long time, above and beyond the lives that will have been lost."

This Week's Signature Songs, State By State

Here are the songs that defined America from Sept. 16 to Sept. 22, presented by BuzzFeed and Spotify. A state’s “signature song” is not its most popular, but its most distinctive — that is to say, the one that residents of that state streamed proportionally the most as compared with the U.S. as a whole.

Every Member Of Olive Garden Owner's Board Should Be Replaced, Says Adviser

One of two leading leading proxy advisory firms has recommended shareholders of Olive Garden parent Darden replace the entire board with activist hedge fund Starboard Value's slate of 12 nominees. The news comes as Starboard is preparing to meet with Darden employees who have threatened direct action ahead of next month's annual shareholder meeting.

How Angry Are You?

Are you totally chill, or an enormous green rage monster? Test your fury.

Ferguson Police Chief Apologizes To Michael Brown's Family

In a video statement, Chief Thomas Jackson said he was "truly sorry for the loss of your son. I'm also sorry that it took so long to remove Michael from the street." He also apologized to peaceful protestors who demonstrated after Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9.

How Cripplingly English Are You?

Sorry. But it would be terribly nice if, perhaps, you could find your way to doing this bloody lovely quiz. Thank you. Sorry.

How "Parenthood" Broke Down The Autism Awareness Barrier

With showrunner Jason Katims' raw storytelling and the passion and dedication of young actor Max Burkholder, the NBC drama has depicted a journey never before seen on network television, shedding light on life on the spectrum.

21 Medieval Marginalia That Look Like Emojis

Just like emojis, marginalia - the pictures in the margins of medieval manuscripts - perform a bunch of different functions. They can add to, or illustrate the text they're with, or they can be completely random. And sometimes they look just like emojis.

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