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Walmart stores around the country have become magnets for crime. From Oklahoma to Indiana to Texas, the discount retailer is plagued by more than shoplifting.

Rampant crime at Walmart has local police fed up. Who’s to blame?

Walmart stores around the country have become magnets for crime. From Oklahoma to Indiana to Texas, the discount retailer is plagued by more than shoplifting.

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Nina Pham, the first nurse to contract Ebola after treating a patient in Texas, was declared cured today and released from the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.

New York Officials Retrace Steps of Doctor with Ebola

Nina Pham, the first nurse to contract Ebola after treating a patient in Texas, was declared cured today and released from the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.

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