Five Things to Know for Your New Day – Tuesday, October 28, 2014
British hostage John Cantlie is featured in ISIS' latest propganda video
October 28th, 2014
12:38 AM ET

Five Things to Know for Your New Day – Tuesday, October 28, 2014

There's more good news on the fight against Ebola in America, ISIS shows another propaganda video with a Western hostage, and a homeless man shows that talent can be found anywhere.

It's Tuesday, and here are the "5 things to know for your New Day."

1. EBOLA

Keep calm and carry on: Even though most Americans think there will be another Ebola diagnosis in the coming weeks, the majority are pretty sure the government can prevent a nationwide epidemic, according to the latest CNN/ORC International poll. And while an infected doctor remains hospitalized in New York, a quarantined nurse who said her rights were being violated in New Jersey was released after proving - once again - she didn't have the virus.

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2. ISIS VIDEO

Propaganda machine:
Once again, ISIS is touting a propaganda video featuring a Westerner. This time, British hostage John Cantlie is shown in the Syrian city of Kobani claiming the border town is mostly controlled by ISIS - contrary to recent Western media reports.

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3. SCHOOL SHOOTING

Deadly lure: The five victims in last week's shooting at a Washington high school were invited to the same lunch table by the shooter, authorities said. Witnesses also said Jaylen Fryberg, a popular freshman, sent a selfie to his ex-girlfriend showing himself holding a gun not long before the attack that killed two students.

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4. HAWAII VOLCANO

Closer and closer: Lava from Kilauea Volcano is now about 70 yards from the closest home and has been moving about five yards per hour. Many residents in Pahoa have fled, spawning another fear - looters rampaging through the village.

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5. PISTORIUS APPEAL

Blade Runner fights back: South African prosecutors will appeal the verdict and the sentence in the Oscar Pistorius case. A judge sentenced Pistorius to five years in prison last week after finding the double-amputee track star guilty of culpable homicide, or negligent killing, in the shooting death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

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Those are your five biggies for the day. Here are a few others that are brewing and have the Internet buzzing:

Firemen rescue snoring horse from pool: Do we really need to say more?

What is he looking at? This uber-focused cat is impossible to distract:

Homeless man plays a street piano - and astonishes with his talent:

There you go. All you need to know to get an early start to your morning. Be sure to tune in to "New Day," from 6 to 9 a.m. ET, join us at NewDayCNN.com and go and have a GREAT NEW DAY!

soundoff (6 Responses)
  1. Margaret Morgan

    Day two and my comments are still awaiting moderation. And I don't see any other comments.

    October 28, 2014 at 6:11 pm | Reply
  2. meifumado

    Hello

    October 28, 2014 at 10:16 am | Reply
  3. Vanessa

    I always look forward to this post in the mornings. The videos at the end are always so enjoyable.

    Thank you!

    October 28, 2014 at 8:53 am | Reply
  4. Margaret Morgan

    Good morning CNN team. I'm aware of and understand the comment policy. But I find it rare that no comments were made yesterday other than the ones that I made. And they are still awaiting moderation. I look forward to commenting on New Day topics. I truly enjoyed the homeless man's piano playing as much as the people who stopped and listened.

    October 28, 2014 at 8:38 am | Reply
  5. Scott D

    Hey CNN, I am done with this website. You can blame the loss of a reader on the almost full screen ads on the sides of my screen. I can barely touch my damn iPad without being redirected to some BS advertisement. Oh yeah, and if you could relay a message to those advertisers.....I will NEVER buy anything they sell for being so annoying!

    October 28, 2014 at 6:36 am | Reply

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