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Victor Cruz talks to CNN's Rachel Nichols about his conversation with President Obama.
Panel discusses the barrel of bad news for Democrats and whether the government and CDC are in control of Ebola
Newt Gingrich, Neera Tanden, S.E. Cupp and Marc Lamont Hill weigh in on Leon Panetta's criticism of the President
NY Giants team captain Victor Cruz discusses the NFC east, the NFL's recovery plan and chatting with President Obama.
CDC Director Tom Frieden says there was a breach in protocol which caused the 2nd U.S. Ebola patient to become infected.
Sen. McCain criticizes President Obama's strategy against ISIS
U.N. Under Secretary-General, Kandeh Yumkella, says the international community isn't moving fast enough against the Ebola crisis.
21-month-old Madeleine Reid has died of enterovirus D68 at Children's Hospital of Michigan.
The hospital says a health care worker contracted Ebola despite wearing proper protective gear.
Officials say the 2nd Ebola patient was following the CDC guidelines for protection when caring for Thomas Duncan.
A haunted hayride overturned sending at least 15 people, including two by helicopter, to area hospitals.
A woman says she never gave up hope during her 17 years spent in jail after being wrongfully convicted of murder.
With Liberia's healthcare system at its breaking point, medical workers are threatening to strike. Nima Elbagir reports.
Cyclone Hudhud hits India while Japan gets soaked by Typhoon Vongfong. Derek Van Dam reports.
The ISIS crisis ads heightened tensions between Turks and Kurds. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
Protesters in Ferguson are reorganizing and renewing their calls of justice for Mike Brown.
David Sanders, a Purdue associate professor, talks about hospital preparedness in light of the new case of Ebola.
Two U.S. Airways flights experienced difficulties before landing in North Carolina. WSOC reports.
The infected person is a healthcare worker who provided care to Thomas Eric Duncan, who succumbed to Ebola in the U.S.
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