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A 10-year-old boy is being charged as an adult with criminal homicide in the death of a 90-year-old woman. WNEP reports.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters battle police to control a key tunnel using umbrellas and traffic barricades.
Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner talks to Candy Crowley about what needs to be done to fight Ebola in the United States.
CNN's Paula Hancocks talks to South Korea's Finance minister about the state of South Korea's economy.
Joined in studio by his mom Katherine, Don Lemon reviews their emotional journey to Africa in search of his roots
In search of his ancestral roots, CNN's Don Lemon travels with his mother to Louisiana and Ghana
Gary Tuchman visits a medical center where doctors are working to ease patients' fears about Ebola.
David Sanders, Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta debate the likelihood that Ebola could go airborne
Resurge el debate para evaluar las relaciones diplomáticas entre los dos países
Dr. Joseph McCormick helped investigate the first Ebola outbreak and discusses how they kept diseases from spreading.
A double-decker bus overturned on Interstate 65 near Indianapolis, leaving at least 26 with minor injuries.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings talks to Don Lemon about the growing number of people being monitored for Ebola in his city.
Anderson discusses CDC protocols for Ebola protection with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Seema Yasmin.
Anderson speaks with CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden about the decision to create Ebola response team.
Fear of Ebola, not the disease, spreads through the U.S. experts tell CNN's Kyung Lah this is a necessary process.
Four U.S. hospitals are equipped to treat highly infectious Ebola patients, which means only 11 beds for the country.
National Nurses United said "there were no protocols" at the Texas hospital that treated an Ebola patient Thomas Duncan.
Sarah Strittmatter - a friend of Nina Pham, a Dallas nurse infected with Ebola - says her friend is "incredibly kind."
Ralitsa Vassileva speaks to Dr. William Schaffner who explains how survivor's blood is used to treat Ebola patients.
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