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Pentagon building special Ebola support team–The Pentagon is building a 30-person rapid-response medical support team to provide immediate assistance to civilian health professionals in the U.S. if additional Ebola cases arise.
Apple unveils mobile payment program– For years, companies have been talking about replacing credit cards with smartphones to pay for goods. Apple Pay will also work with the company’s new iPads — the Air 2 and Mini 3— but only for in-app purchases. To pay at retail, you’ll need the new phones.
Ebola patient’s family completes 21-day quarantine People who had contact with Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan before he was hospitalized are breathing a sigh of relief today. Those 48 contacts, including four family members who shared a small Dallas apartment with him, have completed the 21-day observation period without falling ill and are no longer at risk of the disease.
Seahawks loss to Rams. . .St. Louis 28, Seattle 26
A Good Samaritan pulled an unconscious man from a burning car after a crash in West Seattle KIRO7