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Aid groups having difficulty recruiting workers to fight Ebola, says Dr. Alexander van Tulleken of Fordham University.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on new tensions on the Korean Peninsula, and rumors about who is in charge in North Korea.
A city on the Turkey-Syria border may fall to ISIS, but U.S. airstrikes continue to target ISIS' operating headquarters.
The NBC cameraman treated for Ebola in Nebraska was given an experimental medication. Jake Tapper speaks to his doctors.
The map and the math suggest Democrats need a miracle to avoid losing control of the Senate. CNN's John King reports.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports the latest on Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Duncan.
Former Defense Secretary lays out disagreements with President Obama in an interview with CNN's Gloria Borger.
CNN's Richard Quest speaks to Brooklyn Nets CEO Brett Yormark about why the team is taking a trip to China.
Celebrities threaten to sue Google over hacked nude photos. CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin breaks it down.
The FBI is asking for the public's help identifying a jihadist speaking fluent English in an ISIS propaganda video.
Isa Soares reports on the Spanish nurse and the protests from health workers who say the hospital isn't ready for Ebola.
A former extremist has created a web comic to steer young Muslims away from violence. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
Kurdish groups battling ISIS say three Americans have joined their ranks as they battle ISIS in Syria.
United Kingdom police arrest 4 men suspected of terror plot. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
FBI wants help identifying ISIS jihadist in execution video. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
The Kurdish women resisting ISIS are willing to risk their lives to do so. CNN's Phil Black reports.
"7th Heaven" star Stephen Collins is the target of a child molestation probe after an apparent audio recording surfaced.
Adrian Hill of Oxford University, the lead trial researcher on an Ebola vaccine, speaks with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
The lead researcher on an Ebola vaccine says the "extraordinary" rush may raise questions about how it is deployed.
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