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A 12 episode documentary series following 5 startup companies competing in the 2013 San Francisco TechCrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield as they fine tune their products and eventually present in front of a panel of judges in hopes of winning $50,000 in funding.
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Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson spend time with women who've overcome hardship, injury, and setbacks to triumph in the face of adversity.
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Here's the latest news for Thursday, July 31st: American travelers warned on Ebola outbreak; Eric Cantor bids farewell; Workers ...
hurt in trench collapse; Ray Rice apologizes to wife
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This is A-P News Minute.(AP TELEVISION)US HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE WARNING AMERICANS NOT TO TRAVEL TO THREE AFRICAN COUNTRIES HIT BY AN OUTBREAK OF EBOLATHE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION REPORTS THAT THE WORST RECORDED OUTBREAK IN HISTORY HAS SURPASSED 700 DEATHS IN WEST AFRICA OFFICIALS AT THE CDC SAY THE RISK OF THE VIRUS COMING TO THE US REMAINS SMALL(HOUSE TV)REPRESENTATIVE ERIC CANTOR BID HIS FINAL FAREWELL AS HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER DURING A 10 MINUTE SPEECH ON THE HOUSE FLOOR.CANTOR WAS UNEXPECTEDLY DEFEATED BY TEA PARTY-BACKED OPPONENT IN HIS REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN JUNE. CANTOR HAS SAID HE WILL SERVE OUT HIS THE REMAINDER OF HIS HOUSE TERM WHICH ENDS IN JANUARY.(WABC - COURTESY WABC)EMERGENCY WORKERS WERE CALLED OUT TO THE SCENE OF A TRENCH COLLAPSE IN RYE, NEW YORK THAT TRAPPED A PAIR OF WORKERS THURSDAY MORNING.ONE OF THE WORKERS WAS PULLED OUT QUICKLY, BUT IT TOOK MORE THAN THIRTY MINUTES TO RESCUE THE SECOND WORKER. THEIR INJURIES ARE NOT CONSIDERED TO BE LIFE THREATENING (EPSN- MANDATORY COURTESY TO ESPN/ AP PHOTOS - AP CLIENTS ONLY)AND EMBATTLED BALTIMORE RAVENS RUNNING BACK RAY RICE MADE HIS FIRST PUBLIC APOLOGY SINCE BEING SUSPENDED FOR TWO GAMES BY THE NFL.THE LEAGUE ISSUED THEIR SUSPENSION FOLLOWING CHARGES HE HAD PHYSICALLY ASSAULTED HIS WIFE IN FEBRUARY.RICE TOLD THE PRESS HE HAD LET THE BALTIMORE COMMUNITY DOWN.EMILY ROSEMAN, The Associated Press with AP News Minute.