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The media is all over this story: Ebola in NYC! Don Weiss, a doctor with the New York City Health Department, faces microphones outside the bowling alley visited by the physician who tested positive for the virus. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Twitter is suing the federal government over First Amendment rights. The tech company says the government stopped it from releasing extra detail about government requests for user information. iStockphoto hide caption

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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says the company has to bridge the gap between the brand's global awareness and user engagement. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter CEO Hopes To Attract Users By Clearing The Clutter

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Stephen Colbert responded to criticism about a tweet about his show from his TV network Monday, saying he would dismantle the imaginary foundation that created the stir. Comedy Central hide caption

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