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(CNN) – It's hot enough to vaporize a human being, and now a river of lava, chest-high in some places, is moving closer to a community where a thousand people live on the big island of Hawaii.
Many residents have left their homes already, as the Kīlauea Volcano threatens to change their lives, and geography forever.
Hawai'i Island Mayor Billy Kenoi joins CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" to discuss the latest.
(CNN) – Ten very close Senate races are still up for grabs, and it appears these states will decide which party controls the U.S. Senate.
CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
(CNN) – President Obama said Americans need to be vigilant here in the u-s until the outbreak is contained in West Africa.
Every three weeks roughly 3,000 people arrive in the U.S. from Ebola hot zones.
With a new federal plan to track those thousands of passengers for the incubation period of the deadly disease, the question is:
Can health officials keep up?
CNN's René Marsh reports.
(CNN) – Four in ten Americans surveyed in a new CNN/ORC poll say the federal government is doing a poor job in its response to the Ebola threat.
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie – perhaps eyeing that opening – is staking out a tougher stance. But after releasing a nurse from quarantine in his state after three days, Christie is now trying to shake criticism from within his own party.
CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
(CNN) – Despite claims of progress by the Pentagon, ISIS remains hellbent on bringing their brand of terror to American shores.
With threat streams from all across the world – ISIS, Ebola, ornery Russian dictators – converging on Washington, how does President Obama avoid falling into the trap of just reacting, and go about leading?
CEO and editor at large of Foreign Policy Magazine and author of "National Insecurity" David Rothkopf joins CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" to discuss.