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Amid Ebola fears, cruise ship quarantines worker, airline contacts travelers

Amid Ebola fears, cruise ship quarantines worker, airline contacts travelers

Concerns about even remote chances of Ebola exposure rippled Friday from a U.S.
What is the mysterious Magic Leap?

What is the mysterious Magic Leap?

 (CNN) -- It may have more than a half-billion dollars in the bank and the backing of tech titans like Google, as well as the investors with some of Silicon Valley's deepest pockets.
7 reasons why San Francisco's a winner

7 reasons why San Francisco's a winner

 (CNN) -- Oh, San Francisco. It's almost not fair. It's not enough that you have spectacular views, rich culture, delicious food, a legacy of great music, cable cars and one really cool bridge.
More people prefer a male boss

More people prefer a male boss

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- In the 1950s, Americans were asked, "If you were taking a new job and had your choice of a boss, would you prefer to work for a man or a woman?" It's a question Gallup still asks.
An Ebola travel ban would be completely unprecedented - Here's why

An Ebola travel ban would be completely unprecedented - Here's why

 There's a lot of information out there on the Ebola crisis.

Halloween: bigger than ever

Consumers are on target to spend $7.4 billion on everything from candy and costumes to decorations this year, making Halloween bigger than ever.

Ebola: cruise ship returning

A Carnival cruise ship carrying a lab supervisor who handled samples from Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan is on its way back to Texas after being refused port entry in Mexico.

No time to stop!

Ben and Rachel Kohnen were heading to the hospital in Fort Dodge, Iowa about 4:00 a.m. Tuesday morning, in a race against time. Rachel was in labor, and the baby was coming fast.

Runner carries runner

Coming out on top is always the goal in any sport, but at the Eastern Dakota Conference Cross Country Championships the people who came out ahead didn't finish the race like you'd expect.
Ebola in U.S.: Who has it, who doesn't, who might

Ebola in U.S.: Who has it, who doesn't, who might

As of Friday, eight confirmed cases of Ebola have been or are being treated in the United States, and one U.S. citizen died abroad, having never returned to the States. Dozens of others are being monitored or are in some form of quarantine.
Protest numbers swell as police move to clear Hong Kong barricades

Protest numbers swell as police move to clear Hong Kong barricades

Pro-democracy demonstrations heated up again in Hong Kong early Saturday as thousands of protesters converged on the city's busy Mong Kok financial district.
Obama's credit card, declined!

Obama's credit card, declined!

Ever had your credit card turned down at a fancy restaurant? President Obama can commiserate.

Deaf woman's deaf dog shot, killed

 A woman in Alabama is heartbroken, after her dog was shot and killed in broad daylight. What makes the possible crime even more shocking, both the woman and her dog are deaf, Allen Carter has her story.
Mom gives baby to heroin user so she can be 'a normal teen'

Mom gives baby to heroin user so she can be 'a normal teen'

A St. Charles teenager is accused of giving away her toddler to a heroin user and then claiming it was kidnapped. Charged with endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia is Desiree Ann Marie Cozzoni.
Would you jump off this bridge?

Would you jump off this bridge?

 (CNN) -- We can think of few things crazier than strapping a parachute to one's body and jumping off a bridge for a quick free fall.