Major U.S. airports step up Ebola screenings. Another St. Louis-area teen is killed by police. And North Korea's Kim Jong Un is still MIA.
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Questions and precautions: Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., died yesterday, 10 days after being admitted to a Texas hospital. His family wonders if the outcome would have been different if he had been admitted on September 25, the first time he showed up with a fever and stomach pain. Meanwhile, five of America's biggest and busiest airports are beefing up protection measures. Now when people arrive at New York's JFK, Washington Dulles, Newark, Chicago O'Hare and Atlanta international airports from the nations hardest hit by Ebola, they will get a special screening.