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Holes could be appearing in Django Unchained actress Danièle Watts’ story that the Los Angeles Police Department unjustly harassed and embarrassed her just because she was kissing her white boyfriend in a car.
The World Health Organization and the United Nations sent out the equivalent of an emergency distress signal Tuesday after reports that the number of people in West Africa infected with the Ebola virus now nears 5,000. More than 2,400 people have died from the disease, the New York Times reports. What’s even more alarming is that half of the new infections and deaths occurred within the past three weeks—which suggests the outbreak is getting worse.
There's an ascending player in the cluster of nonprofit organizations that help high-achieving students from low-income families get into the best colleges in the nation, and it's employing a simple strategy to entice qualified students: If you get into the school of your choice, you get to go for free, the New York Times reports.
After a second allegation of child abuse and heavy criticism from fans, the Minnesota Vikings announced early Wednesday morning that running back Adrian Peterson has been barred from all team activities and has been placed on the "NFL's exempt/commissioner's permission list until his child-abuse case is resolved," ESPN reports.
A monthlong manhunt came to an end after Prince George’s County, Md., police nabbed the man wanted in the killing of a 3-year-old Washington, D.C., girl, NBC Washington reports.