The head of the Centers for Disease Control says other hospital workers in the U.S. could have Ebola and that the agency will "double down" on training for healthcare workers. A man in Los Angeles, meanwhile, tried to take a bus hostage by claiming to the driver he had Ebola.
- Leaked Edward Snowden documents about the National Security Agency program SENTRY EAGLE suggest the agency could've placed undercover agents at communications firm at home and/or abroad.
- Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell and his challenger, Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes, appeared in their only scheduled debate this season. It's the 30-year Kentucky senator's most difficult re-election bid.
- The French telecom company Iliad is no longer seeking a majority stake in T-Mobile after its offer was rejected by the German telecom company Deutsche Telekom, which still owns a majority of T-Mobile.
- Police tried again to remove protester camps in Hong Kong, after hoping public pressure would force the pro-democracy demonstrators to clear the city's major streets.
- After 40 days, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was seen in public, giving "field guidance."
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