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(CNN) - Dr. Craig Spencer, the American Ebola patient who contracted the nightmare virus while treating patients in Guinea, is Ebola free. But as one threat seemingly begins to fade, another Ebola-related fear mushrooms on the other side of the globe and questions as to whether terrorists are trying to weaponize the deadly virus, not unlike the anthrax scare of 2001.
(CNN) - He's long been considered one of America's all-time favorite television dads, and so much of a pop culture icon that even his sweaters are considered a "thing." But now that some pretty serious allegations from a decade ago have resurfaced, Bill Cosby's brand as the lovable, huggable, puddin' pop pushing mega-star could be suffering a major hit.
(CNN) - American intelligence officials are still unsure if the radical leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is dead or alive, but the terrorist group's brand of evil continues to circulate on the internet.
The psycho-jihadists released another propaganda video. While their last episode broadcast young boys – child soldiers – struggling to carry sub-machine guns, this one flashes more menace sure to keep U.S. defense officials up at night.
(CNN) - The calendar may still say autumn, but old man winter just won't quit. Yes Thanksgiving is two weeks away, but millions of Americans are now experiencing a cold front - causing the mercury to plummet and creating dangerous conditions.
(CNN) - We got a new look at the presidency of George H. W. Bush through the eyes of his son today.
George W. Bush released his new book, "41: A Portrait of My Father," a tribute from one veteran to another on this Veterans Day. And it's not the only admiration shown for Bush 41.