The suspect in a Pennsylvania police killing is caught. A Maine nurse defies her Ebola quarantine. And why did a NASA-contracted company blow up a rocket seconds after launch?
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Suspect in killing caught: After nearly seven weeks on the run, suspected cop killer Eric Matthew Frein is in custody, Pennsylvania authorities said yesterday. He was caught at an abandoned airport between Henryville and Tannersville. He had weapons at the time of his arrest, officials said.
"Unusual" Russian flights worry NATO. A nurse says no to Ebola quarantine. And the World Series winner is ...
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Nurse not willing to stay put: Not long ago, Kaci Hickox was fighting Ebola in West Africa, doing what she could to treat those with the deadly disease. Now, she's in the middle of a different fight - this time, in Maine. Maine health officials say they're filing a court order requiring the nurse take a 21-day quarantine. Hickox is challenging that and says she has no intention of staying put.
An unmanned NASA-contracted rocket explodes. Ferguson's police chief may resign. And we know why North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was MIA.
It's Wednesday, and here are the "5 things to know for your New Day."
1. ROCKET EXPLOSION
An unmanned NASA-contracted rocket burst into flames yesterday along the eastern Virginia coast, causing a huge fireball. The rocket and cargo spacecraft were set to launch at 6:22 p.m. with 5,000 pounds of supplies to the International Space Station. "There was failure on launch," NASA said. "There was no indicated loss of life."
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."
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.