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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.
Hong Kong police leave at least one protest site, but remove those blocking the business district streets of Mong Kok.
Texas Health Presbyterian says that it is committed to employee safety after a nurse criticized its practices.
CNN's John Berman traces his roots to Amsterdam to solve a family mystery.
The CDC says Amber Vinson, who contracted Ebola, may have displayed symptoms earlier than previously thought.
The Syrian opposition group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says that ISIS has warplanes and is training pilots.
Rep. Diana DeGette says she is not happy with the CDC's answer as to why an Ebola stricken nurse was allow to fly.
Francesca Cumani visits the course at Ascot to meet the man who helps make sure that race day always runs smoothly.
Mosab Hassan Yousef was supposed to be a leader of Hamas. Then he was turned by an Israeli Shin Bet agent.
Bill Clinton pokes fun at his reputation as Democrats' "campaigner-in-chief" during a political swing through New Hampshire.
The eye of the powerful Category 4 Hurricane Gonzalo is expected to pass near Bermuda.
Officials say the Navy Reserve discharged Joe Biden's son Hunter this year after he tested positive for cocaine.
The NTSB is investigating a train crash in Arkansas that sent dozens of people to the hospital.
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