A.M. Links: Ebola Screenings at U.S. Airports, White House Linked to Secret Service Prostitution Scandal, Black Teen Fatally Shot by Police in St. Louis
The U.S. will soon begin to conduct Ebola screenings for passengers arriving from West Africa at five major U.S. airports, including New York's John F. Kennedy and Washington, D.C.'s Dulles.
- Spanish officials have euthanized the pet dog of Ebola-stricken nurse Teresa Romero Ramos.
- What did the Obama administration know about the Secret Service prostitution scandal, and when did it know it?
- Protesters took to the streets in St. Louis last night after a black teenager was shot and killed by an off-duty white police officer.
- French writer Patrick Modiano has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
- NBC News reportedly tried to hire comedian Jon Stewart to host its flagship Sunday news program Meet the Press.