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New York physician tested for Ebola

A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned from West Africa is at a New York hospital for isolation and testing for the Ebola virus, Authorities said.

a law enforcement official briefed on the matter told CNN.

The 33-year-old physician…

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After 6 months of recall costs, GM making money again

General Motors is back making money again, after six months in which recall costs essentially wiped out its profit.

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John R. Coughlin/CNN

Investors go to their happy place

After the last week's bloodbath, investors are finding reason to celebrate.

Stocks popped as some of the fears that have recently plagued Wall Street moved to the back of the market's mind.

Here's why investors have gone to their happy place:

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Bus driver beats crying thief with bat while driving

A would-be thief who tried to steal a woman's handbag on a bus wasn't fast enough, got stuck in the vehicle's door as he tried to get away and was beaten by the driver as he continued to drive the bus.

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Actress Peña's death linked to alcohol abuse

Actress Elizabeth Peña died partly because of alcohol abuse, according to her death certificate, obtained by CNN.

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ESPN.com

UNC report finds 18 years of rampant fraud

For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independent report released Wednesday.…

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KFC

KFC unveils a triple meat Double Down

If you thought KFC's Double Down was bad, you ain't seen nothing yet.

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45,000-year-old leg bone yields oldest genome

DNA from a 45,000-year-old leg bone is giving scientists a better idea of when modern humans first started mating with Neanderthals.

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Zuckerberg, in Chinese Q&A, says Facebook has '11 mobile...

To thunderous applause and astonishment from the Chinese audience, Mark Zuckerberg gave a 30-minute Q&A session at Beijing's Tsinghua University -- completely in Mandarin. So how did the Facebook CEO do? Well, he certainly gets an "A" for effort.

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Ebola: Nurse to leave isolation

Obama expresses cautious optimism. An infected nurse shows signs of improvement. And a military response team begins training.

With multiple developments underway, here's the latest on the Ebola outbreak:

U.S. DEVELOPMENTS

Obama cautiously…

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