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The pilot who flew Nina Pham to Maryland describes the safety measures that are taken while transporting an Ebola patient.
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Two boys dressed as women caused a controversy at a Washington high school. CNN affiliate KING reports.
Hala Gorani speaks to Nyka Alexander, W.H.O. Emergency Spokesperson, about their latest efforts to tackle Ebola.
CNN's Jake Tapper travels to Canada, and discovers his ancestors were on the wrong side of the American Revolution!
Legendary musician Carlos Santana discusses his new autobiography and song with CNN's John Berman and Michaela Pereira.
Authorities say ex-MMA fighter Jonathan Koppenhaver, accused of brutally attacking his ex-girlfriend, attempted suicide in jail.
A world-renowned artist uses the National Mall as his personal canvas. Polo Sandoval reports.
The first nurse who contracted Ebola, Nina Pham, is in "fair and stable" condition according to doctors at the NIH hospital.
Amanda Davies spends some time with the Ferrari driver to talk about how he got into Formula One.
A high school cross country runner is recovering after he was determined to finish a race with a broken leg.
CNN's John Defterios meets Aliko Dangote who made his 20 billion dollar fortune in cement, flour and sugar.
CNN's John Defterios looks at the growing trade relation between Africa and Dubai.
Aspiring journalists and news producers from under-represented backgrounds produced this news broadcast.
Former F1 driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen looks into the role the safety car plays during a grand prix.
A lab worker has quarantined herself on a cruise ship after potentially handling an Ebola sample.
A source tells CNN's Jake Tapper President Obama will appoint Ron Klain to head the administration's response to Ebola.
A luxury brand analyst predicts Asia will remain an engine for growth for many luxury brands.
A debate between candidates for governor in Florida was almost canceled because of ... a fan. Christiane Amanpour reports.
CNN's Neil Curry reports on the work being done to prevent the British film archive from being lost forever.
At least 16 people died when a grate over a ventilation shaft collapsed at an outdoor concert in South Korea, officials say.
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