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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.
Shoshana Roberts is at the center of the Internet's current obsession: the PSA showing a day's worth of catcalling.
"It is a typical day," she says. "You don't know how fast it can escalate. You are thinking, 'What's going to be next? Are these people going to reach out and grab me?'"
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Here's the PSA:
Alisyn Camerota, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Kaci Hickox's attorney Norman Siegel discuss whether the nurse should submit to quarantine, her constitutional rights and the public's opinion of her decision.
We asked our Twitter followers what they think. The responses were mixed, with some in favor of Hickox, and others that support a quarantine. Click to see a couple:
Now there's news that she left her house and took a bike ride, which isn't news at all in any other situation. What's your take on the controvery surrounding Kaci Hickox?