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Top Red Cross official gives time frame for containing outbreak that has killed more than 4,500 people since it emerged
Most schools used as shelters during militants' summer offensive reopen, but thousands of Iraqi kids still can't attend classes
FBI officials in Denver say that three runaway teen girls were interested in meeting up with ISIS fighters in Syria. The girls were apprehended in Frankfurt, Germany, and are now back home. Bob Orr reports from Washington.
A plane carrying Jeffrey Fowle landed in Dayton, Ohio. He was greeted with a handshake and a hug. North Korea's government news agency says Fowle was set free after "repeated requests from President Obama." Margaret Brennan reports.
A passenger who arrived at Newark Liberty Airport Tuesday night is undergoing Ebola testing at an area hospital. This comes as the U.S. government is mandating all passengers from countries affected by Ebola will start flying exclusively to five airports performing Ebola screening. Charlie Rose reports.
Assad regime claims to have targeted jets reportedly stolen and test-flown by extremists in Syria
Amid push for leaders to be referred to global court for human rights violations, regime surprises U.N. diplomats with coffee invites
As U.S. tightens defenses against Ebola, Rwanda implements its own measures for passengers from affected nations
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about why limiting certain West Africans from traveling could be effective in curbing the virus’ spread.
The international track star will swap the glory of the Olympics for a tiny cell in a maximum security prison in Pretoria. Pistorious could serve as little as ten months in prison, the rest under house arrest, according to South African law. Debora Patta reports.
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