Top Ten DVD List for November 18, 2014
“White Christmas: Diamond Anniversary Edition”
Bill seeks to repeal Common Core, set up panel
NASHVILLE (AP) – Two Republican state senators have filed legislation to repeal the state's Common Core standards.
The measure would set up a so-called Tennessee Standards Commission that would recommend to the State Board of Education standards to be used in the state's K-12 public schools.
A workman attitude served the University of Memphis Tigers well Saturday night as they dominated the Tulane Green Wave en route to a 38-7 victory at Yulman Stadium in New Orleans.
Riding the energy associated with clinching their first winning season since 2007, the Tigers (7-3) spoiled Homecoming Day for the Green Wave, with the defense forcing five turnovers
(The Root) – Dr. Martin Salia, the Maryland physician who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone and was brought to Nebraska for emergency treatment on Saturday, died Monday. He was the second person to die from the disease in the United States; Thomas Eric Duncan died from the disease after traveling to Dallas from Liberia earlier this year.
Washington, D.C., CBS affiliate WNEW reports that Salia “was diagnosed with Ebola on Monday, arrived in Omaha on Saturday” and was treated at the Nebraska Medical Center’s “biocontainment unit that ha[d] successfully treated two other Ebola patients this fall.”
Sexual assault accusations against beloved actor and comedian Bill Cosby aren’t new. However, until recently, the star had largely escaped public scrutiny.
But in recent weeks, Cosby has been dealing with fallout from a series of allegations as, on Sunday, a new alleged victim came forward with a story of abuse, sharing her story in Hollywood Elsewhere.
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