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Dr. Alexander van Tulleken demonstrates why there's a problem with CDC's guidelines for dealing with medical gloves.
El juicio Philip Morris vs. Uruguay. Un análisis de Silvina Echarte, Asesora legal Ministerio de Uruguay
Jake Gyllenhaal is almost unrecognizable, Elle Fanning is all grown up, and Muhammad Ali's legacy is unveiled.
Is the U.S. equipped to handle Ebola garbage? CNN's Drew Griffin investigates the waste pile-up.
Sanjay Gupta shows how the CDC advises medical workers put on and remove the protective suit worn while treating Ebola.
The neighbors of Nina Pham, the 26-year-old nurse who contracted Ebola, are concerned and shocked by the diagnosis.
CNN's Rosa Flores reports on an incident that has some questioning the security of New York City's subway system.
The University of Kansas Hospital reports an individual came to the hospital with high fever and other serious symptoms.
A nurse in Texas diagnosed with Ebola received a blood transfusion from Dr. Kent Brantly, who survived the virus.
North Korea has released photos that claim to show leader Kim Jong Un, whose absence has raised speculation.
Erin Burnett talks to Pastor Willie Kilpatrick, spokesperson for the family of Vonderrit Myers, a teen shot in St. Louis.
The husband of the Spanish woman with Ebola blames the govt. for not properly training her. Nic Robertson reports.
CNN's Jim Sciutto looks at ISIS gains in Syria as the terrorist group nears the Baghdad airport.
A 26-year-old nurse has been identified as the first person to have contracted Ebola in the U.S. Erin Burnett reports.
Ivan Watson reports from Hong Kong where protests continue despite resistance from the government and other citizens.
With no hope of resupply or reinforcement, Kurdish fighters have no hope of defeating ISIS. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
North Korean government news agency says Leader Kim Jong Un has made first public appearance in over a month.
Monday marks one month since the day that UVA student Hannah Graham was last seen near Charlottesville, Virginia.
Wolf Blitzer asks Dr. Anthony Fauci if the Texas nurse infected with Ebola should receive experimental medicine.
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