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  1. Sierra Leone on lockdown to fight Ebola

    World

    FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — The most ambitious and aggressive government campaign against the Ebola epidemic gripping parts of West Africa began Friday when Sierra Leone ordered everyone in the country to remain indoors for three days in an attempt stop the disease from spreading.

    People walk through a flooded area Friday in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The government ordered everyone in the country to stay indoors for three days in an effort to stop Ebola from spreading. 
  2. French join U.S. in fight against ISIS in Iraq

    World

    France

    French join U.S. in fight against ISIS in Iraq

  3. After vote, Scotland looks to heal the divide

    World

    EDINBURGH, Scotland — Following a long night that brought floods of relief for some and bitter disappointment for others, Scotland awoke with a hangover Friday after voting to reject independence.

  4. The skinny: Arrest that officer! He's just a phony

    Nation

    A wanna-be?

    Arrest that officer! He's just a phony

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  5. Obama announces campaign to prevent campus sexual assaults

    Nation

    WASHINGTON — The White House launched an ambitious campaign Friday aimed at ending sexual assaults on college campuses, in part by enlisting major college sports leagues and prominent celebrities to get men involved in the effort.

    “This is on all of us, every one of us, to fight,” President Obama said.