Israel agrees to a cease-fire, but Hamas does not. An American doctor infected with Ebola is improving. And a major Ohio city has no drinkable water.
It's Monday, and here are the 5 things to know for your New Day
1. EBOLA VIRUS
Tackling an outbreak: An American doctor infected with Ebola is making progress a day after he arrived in Atlanta from Liberia, where he contracted the deadly virus. Kent Brantly is one of two Americans suffering from Ebola - the second one, fellow missionary Nancy Writebol, is scheduled to land in Atlanta tomorrow. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone continue to scramble to combat the disease, which has killed more than 700 people in those nations.
2. MIDEAST CRISIS
Will new cease-fire hold?: Israel's military says it has agreed to a seven-hour humanitarian cease-fire starting this morning. But a spokesman for Hamas says it's a no go. Previous cease-fires have unraveled. Will this one get off the ground amid the raging violence?
3. OHIO TAP WATER
400,000 told not to drink: A major Ohio city is still without drinkable water for a third day after officials discovered a toxin in the supply. Residents of Toledo are awaiting word on when their water will be safe to drink. Mayor D. Michael Collins says tests are taking longer than expected.
4. RUSSIA TENSIONS
Narrow escape for U.S. spy plane: A U.S. Air Force spy plane evaded an encounter with the Russian military on July 18, just a day after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed by a suspected surface-to-air missile. The RC-135 Rivet Joint fled into nearby Swedish airspace without that country's permission, a U.S. military official says.
5. SUSPECT FOUND DEAD
Manhunt ends a year later: A massive manhunt started more than a year ago when a California man allegedly killed his family ended yesterday. Authorities found the remains of Shane Miller, the prime suspect in the deaths of his wife and two young daughters. His remains were found not far from where his truck was located in Petrolia, California, last year. The case was recently featured on CNN's "The Hunt with John Walsh."