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Dr. Craig Spencer, a Doctors Without Borders physician, is being tested for Ebola virus. CNN's Poppy Harlow has more.
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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson gives details about the shooter and the events in Ottawa.
A UNC report finds 18 years of academic fraud to keep athletes playing. CNN's Sara Ganim reports.
Liberal Member of Parliament Chrystia Freeland on CNN.
Anthony Bourdain travels to Tanzania, an unspoiled part of the world. Tune in to Parts Unknown Sunday at 9pm EST.
PledgeMusic is an innovative platform which allows artist and fans to share music as it happens. CNN's Richard Quest reports.
According to reports, three people were killed when a small plane and helicopter collided mid-air. Rene Marsh reports.
A doctor who was recently in Africa treating Ebola patients is now being tested for the deadly virus. Poppy Harlow reports.
Dash-cam video appears to show the Ottawa gunman getting in a car near Canada's National War Memorial.
Tesco's CEO is stepping down after a major accounting error caused a drastic profit fall. CNN"s Nina Dos Santos reports.
Leaks in the Michael Brown case have sparked protests in Ferguson and cast doubt on the accounts of what happened.
With tight races nationwide, Democrats digital expertise can mean the difference between winning and losing.
Islamic militants capture more girls in Nigeria as talks are underway to free more than 200 girls seized last April.
Campaign ad for Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst (R).
Senate candidate Joni Ernst (R) spoke at an Iowa Firearms Coalition rally in 2012 and spoke fondly of her gun.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest comments on the latest White House security breach and measures to further tighten security.
Here's a look at the new CNN Original Series "High Profits". Coming in 2015.
A deal has been reached for 200 Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga forces to pass through Turkey to help fighters in Syria.
A former mayor is a "probable" suspect in the disappearance of 43 students who were kidnapped in Mexico, authorities say.
The uncle of fallen Canadian Corporal Nathan Cirillo reacts, saying his mother is "broken" by his killing.
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