FIRST PLACE HEADLINES for October 21, 2014
US NEWS
  • Times Square Bus Driver Goes From Suspect to Hero
  • Schools Scoured in Search for Ambush Suspect
  • $8M for 88 Victims of Abuse by Franciscan Friar
  • Protocol Breached During Murder Suspect's Release
  • North Korea Frees US Man; 2 More Still Detained
  • Texas Man Admits Setting 1986 Fire, Killing 2 Boys
  • Reputed Ex-Mob Boss Summoned for Violation Hearing
  • Teacher Hurt by Rock Thrown on Car: Eager for Home
  • Florida State Frat Suspended After Rape Allegation
  • Expert: PTSD Could Be Factor in Activist's Past
  • Nixon Creating Group to Address Ferguson Issues
  • Watch: Alleged Credit Card Scammers Aided by Tin Foil, Police Say
  • Watch: Detained American Released From North Korea
  • Watch: Two Possible Sightings of Suspected Cop Killer
  • Watch: Creepy Clown Sightings Spread Across Nation

  • WORLD NEWS
  • Three American Girls Planned to Join Militant Groups in Syria, Official Says
  • UK Suspect Pleads Not Guilty to US Terror Charges
  • Terrorist Ideology Blamed in Canada Car Attack
  • IS Fighters Seize Weapons Cache Meant for Kurds
  • IAPA: Press Freedom Deteriorating in the Americas
  • Israelis Question Care of Hamas Leader's Daughter
  • Australian Runaway Teenager Reportedly in IS Video
  • Cuba Sends 91 More Doctors to Fight Ebola
  • Assad Pursues Withering Campaign Against Rebels
  • Ebola Cases Rise Sharply in Western Sierra Leone
  • Congo Doctor Mukwege Wins EU Human Rights Prize
  • Watch: American Released From North Korea Flies Home on US Jet
  • Watch: Day In Pictures 10.21.14
  • Watch: Headline: Day In Pictures 10.20.14
  • Watch: UK Cafe Recycles Food Waste Into Meals

  • MONEYSCOPE
  • Secret Service Investigating Staples Security Breach
  • McDonald's CEO Outlines Changes as Sales Slide
  • Big Blues for Big Blue IBM
  • Top Mortgage Firm Accused of Abuses
  • Stocks Rally; S&P 500 Has Best Day of 2014
  • Discover's 3Q Net Income up Nearly 9 Percent
  • New Rules Adopted in Hopes of Spurring Home Loans
  • Coca-Cola and Apple Are Big Market Movers
  • How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Did Tuesday
  • Canadian Pacific CEO Says Rail Deal Possible
  • Figures on Government Spending and Debt
  • US Stocks Log Biggest Gain of the Year; Apple Up
  • Big Slump Is No Cause to Ditch Stock Market
  • Watch: 10 Steps to Achieve Your Dreams
  • Watch: Apple's October Surprise

  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Jill and Derick Dillard Reveal Their Baby's Gender
  • Alan Cumming Shares What Really Happened Before Shia LaBeouf's 'Cabaret' Arrest
  • Kat Dennings Reveals How She Met Her New Boyfriend
  • Keira Knightley Reveals What Her Teenage Years Were Really Like
  • Matthew McConaughey on Marriage, the 'McConaissance' and More
  • Shia LaBeouf Reveals His Manipulative Relationship With His Father
  • Barbara Walters Reveals Who Made Her 2014 'Most Fascinating' List
  • Jennifer Garner Shares How She and Ben Affleck Are Treated Differently
  • Billy Joel Reveals Why He Won't Make Another Album Ever Again
  • Jonathon Bennett Eliminated From 'DWTS' in Week 6
  • Iconic Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta Dies at 82
  • Stars Mourn the Death of Fashion Icon Oscar de la Renta
  • Pregnant Kate Middleton Makes Public Appearance
  • 7 Things You Didn't Know About 'The Wonder Years'
  • Laverne Cox 'Lucky to Be Living the American Dream'

  • HEALTH
  • Utility Workers Indicted Over Brain-Eating Amoeba Testing
  • Journalist With Ebola Says He Doesn't Know How He Contracted Disease
  • Rwanda Introduces Ebola Screening -- for Americans
  • Family Denies Teen Was 'Scared to Death' at Haunted House
  • Mother of Nurse With Ebola Details Daughter's Struggle
  • Valuable Ebola Lessons the US Can Learn From Nigeria
  • The Heartbreaking Poem a Nurse Wrote for Ebola Victim
  • Travelers From West Africa Must Enter US Through Only 5 Airports
  • CDC Releases Revised Ebola Gear Guidelines
  • Ebola Quarantine Ends With 'Praise to God'
  • Why Rats, Mosquitoes and Water Don't Spread Ebola
  • Dallas Nurses Call Colleagues Who Contracted Ebola 'Heroes'
  • Marathoner Covers 52.4 Miles to Run It Backward, Too!
  • Ebola Scare Turns Dallas Hospital Into a 'Ghost Town'
  • Ebola Scare Sends Caribbean Cruise Ship Back Home




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