Taylor Swift's Blank Page; Ebola-Free America

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title: Taylor Swift Shows Her Crazy Side in New Music Video

text: Taylor Swift showed she can bring the drama in her latest music video for her new single, ”Blank Space,” which was released online Monday.

“Blank Space,” which plays up an exaggerated view of her love life and “maneater” reputation, shows the 24-year-old hosting a male suitor at a luxurious mansion, going on horseback rides, picnics on the grounds, indoor bike rides and oil painting sittings. The love story goes awry, however, and the fantasy dream girl turns into a would-be “bunny boiler” a la “Fatal Attraction.”

The pop singer's new album, “1989,” is breaking sales records, in spite of Swift having removed her hit single “Shake it Off” -- as well as her entire back catalog – from the popular streaming service Spotify.

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title: Last Ebola Patient in America to Be Released

text: A doctor being treated in New York has now been declared Ebola-free and is due to be released from Bellevue Hospital in New York City this morning.

Spencer is the only person in New York to have a confirmed case of the disease, and his fiancee has been quarantined in their apartment since he became symptomatic but has not tested positive herself. There are 357 total people in the city who came into varying degrees of contact with Spencer who are being actively monitored.



title: Poppies Flood the Tower of London to Mark International Veterans Day Ceremonies

text: The moat surrounding the Tower of London has been filled with ceremonial poppies as part of their Veterans Day remembrance display.



title: Private Jet Carrying Religious Leader Crashes in Bahamas

text: A private jet carrying famed Bahamian religious leader Myles Munroe and eight other passengers crashed during its descent into Freeport Sunday evening.

Munroe and his wife were on board along with three other leaders from Bahamas Faith Ministries International, a child, the two pilots and one other passenger. They were en route to their group's annual conference.