Meningitis scare, military mental health, 'Game Of Thrones costumes and more

AIDS Healthcare Foundation Offers Free Meningitis Vaccinations
Three gay men in L.A. county in their late 20s have recently died of meningitis. This is not an epidemic, but it's deeply troubling, especially after another death of a young gay man due to the disease less than a year ago.
We still don't know there are any health risks associated with smoking e-cigarettes, but the liquid nicotine they use does pose a problem, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
New York Mets v Atlanta Braves
New York Mets baseball player Daniel Murphy was heavily criticized by two sports talk radio hosts for taking two games off for paternity leave to be with his wife for the birth of their first son.
It's the end of another week and time for the Friday Flashback, Take Two's look at the week in news. Today we're joined in-studio by a first-time flashback contestant, Pilar Marrero, a columnist at La Opinion. We welcome back returning Friday Flashback champion, Jamelle Bouie of Slate.
The proposal to split California into six states is getting “close” to the number of signatures needed to get the measure on the ballot this year.
MTV Unplugged: Nirvana
Tomorrow marks 20 years since Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain committed suicide. His death was met with grief and questions and — for many — it signified the end of an era.
Bob Butler, left, and Bob Gordon, right, work on a memorial on Thursday at Central Christian Church for the victims of the Fort Hood shooting in Killeen, Texas.
As people try to figure out a possible motive behind the Fort Hood shooting suspect's devastating actions, familiar questions arise about mental illness and the unseen wounds of war.

Campaign to ban 'love locks' kicks off in Paris

For the past few years, couples have been demonstrating their commitment to each other by writing their names or initials on a padlock and attaching it to footbridges in the city and throwing away the key.
Wil Wheaton

Wil Wheaton: Spreading the gospel of table top games

In addition to his YouTube show, Wil Wheaton is also the creator of International Table Top Day (April 5), which is all about getting people out to play games.
The woman behind some of the elaborate costumes on HBO's hit series reveals some of the hidden details you won't believe.
Under The Skin
The new film "Under the Skin" stars Scarlett Johansson as a beautiful, mysterious woman who travels the highways of Scotland in a van in search of young men. She seduces them, and then they disappear off the face of the earth.
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