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Many potential buyers lack the savings and strong credit history needed to afford a home, causing them to rent or remain in their existing houses instead of upgrading.
Sales in the most expensive Western states declined in September, reversing some of the gains made in August.
Because homes are pricier in the West, that pushed down the median price for a new home to $259,000 from $286,800 in the prior month.
"There is little evidence that the new single-family housing market is decisively breaking out of its medium-term flat pattern," said Joshua Shapiro, chief U.
Major League Baseball athletes play it pretty cool and collected. They stroll up to home plate with a wedge of gum between their teeth. They ritually tap the bat a couple of times, sinking down to stare at the pitcher. It's a dance, methodical and focused.
That is, until the crack of his bat hurls a ball high into the air, toward the outfield bleachers, farther and farther.
Nina Pham, the nurse who contracted Ebola while treating a patient in Dallas, is now virus-free and will be discharged on Friday, National Institutes of Health officials confirmed.
Pham was the first person to contract Ebola within the U. S. She was infected with the virus while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, who later died from Ebola.
Taiwanese photographer Yun-Fei Tou has spent the past five years documenting shelter dogs' final minutes of life, right before being euthanized. Through this heart-wrenching series, Tou is hoping that viewers will consider animal rights a serious moral issue.
The collection of portraits is titled "Mememto Mori," Latin for "remember (that you have) to die." They were taken anywhere from a few hours to a few minutes before the dogs were scheduled to be put down or mercifully killed in public pounds in Taiwan
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"Utilizing the classic portrait style that originated in the early 19th century with the birth of photography as an art form, these photographs offer the viewer a chance to look attentively into a bleak future," Tou wrote on his website.
A vaccine was found to be 100% effective at protecting monkeys against Ebola, but pharma's business model kept it on the shelf. New York City officials have been working hard to prevent the public from panicking after a doctor living in Harlem was diagnosed with Ebola. "He did not have a stage of disease that creates a risk of contagiousness on the subway," Dr.