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Richard Quest asked Bank of England Governor Mark Carney what questions he hoped a bank crisis simulation would answer.
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As the battle for Syria's Kobani intensifies, ISIS takes Iraq base. CNN's NIck Paton Walsh and Ben Wedeman report.
Dallas nurse Nina Pham is the first to contract Ebola in the U.S. Victor Blackwell reports on how the virus is spreading.
Richard Quest speaks to IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde about the need for structural reforms in Italy and France.
Zenei Cortez, V.P. of the group National Nurses United, questions whether U.S. nurses have gotten proper Ebola training.
As CNN's Nic Robertson reports, the husband of a Spanish nurse infected with Ebola is upset with the government response.
Stephanie Elam reports on former service members who say U.S. prisons in Iraq helped the spread of ISIS' message.
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A family friend of the nurse who treated Thomas Duncan in Dallas and contracted Ebola speaks to Brooke Baldwin about her.
CNN's Hala Gorani speaks to MSF's Dr. Cameron Bopp about his time in Liberia and what he's learned about Ebola.
CNN's Hala Gorani speaks to Father Edward Beck about the shift in tone from the Vatican on homosexuality in the church.
Drew Griffin talks to Brooke Baldwin about how states are disposing of the hazardous material left by Ebola patients.
CNN takes to the streets of London to find out what everyday people know about the deadly Ebola virus.
Are nurses and doctors getting enough training on how to be safe from Ebola? Brooke Baldwin speaks to Dr. Celine Gounder.
FBI reports that ISIS chatter on the Internet is increasingly calling for the targeting of media and police officers.
Mowaffak al-Rubaie, a former Iraqi national security adviser, speaks with Christiane Amanpour about the fight against ISIS.
Dr. David Nabarro tells Christiane Amanpour the international response has been "extraordinary."
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Brian Stelter reports on the NBC team that covered the Ebola story in West Africa and that is now quarantined in the U.S.
Imagine a world where a child who cannot speak or communicate with others has painted a vision of hope and light.
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