Last Updated:October 20 @ 04:12 pm

    Would you trust advice from NBC correspondent who broke Ebola quarantine?

    NEW YORK (AP) — The quarantine against possible Ebola exposure ends this week for Dr. Nancy Snyderman, but the troubles clearly aren't over for NBC News' chief medical editor. An admitted lapse in the quarantine, combined with a curiously imprecise explanation, unleashed a furious response. NBC must ... Read More

    Riot Erupts at Pumpkin Festival

    Downtown on Saturday, it was Keene's day to shine. But in the neighborhoods surrounding Keene State College, N.H., it was anything but. Hordes of college-aged people overwhelmed the area, traveling en masse from street to street, and testing the manpower of police from across the area, who dressed i ... Read More

    Aunt of slain woman: 'Emanuel, please do something about the violence'

    With pain in her voice, the aunt of an 18-year-old woman who was fatally shot early Sunday morning on the city's Northwest Side pleaded for something to be done about the gun violence in the city. "It's not just the South Side. They are always focusing on the South Side but it's happening all over," ... Read More

    Islamic State training fighter pilots, monitoring group says

    The Islamic State has three captured Syrian fighter planes and is training pilots to use them, a British group monitoring Syria reported. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Iraqi pilots who have joined IS, trained under former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, are training other members. Witnes ... Read More

    Protesters harass Rams' fans, get arrested

    Rams fans and Ferguson protesters fought Sunday afternoon outside the Edward Jones Dome after the Rams secured a victory over the visiting Seattle Seahawks. About 3 p.m. a handful of fans argued with protesters, who were yelling and chanting, near the intersection of North Broadway and Cole streets. ... Read More

    Obama warns against Ebola 'hysteria'

    US President Barack Obama has urged Americans not to give in to ebola "hysteria", as he said he has hugged nurses who have treated patients with the disease. In his weekly address to the nation on Saturday, Mr Obama also fended off calls for an air travel ban from affected countries, saying such a m ... Read More

    How Forgotten Kurds are Holding off ISIS

    Right now in Syria a desperate fight is under way against Islamic State (IS) forces that control so much of the north of the country. In the east that fight is being carried out virtually unseen to the rest of the world by YPG fighters, Syrian Kurds, who are doing so with almost no assistance. They ... Read More

    Quarantine Ending for Thomas Duncan's friends and family

    Dozens of people in Texas who were being monitored because of contact with a Liberian man who died of ebola at a Dallas hospital will have the all-clear from Monday. The 21-day quarantine period ends at midnight on Sunday for those who interacted with Thomas Eric Duncan, marking a crucial milestone ... Read More

    Netanyahu: A nuclear threshold Iran is a bigger threat than ISIS

    Iran foremost on Netanyahu's mind, even at dedication of new road into Jerusalem. In an indication of the degree to which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants Iran atop the world's agenda, he used the dedication of a new road into Jerusalem on Sunday to warn of the danger of the Islamic Republic ... Read More

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