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NYC doctor in "next phase" of Ebola as fiancée leaves hospital
Health officials say Dr. Craig Spencer's symptoms worsen; fiancee returns home but remains under quarantine
Teacher who tried to stop Washington school shooting credited as hero
"I believe she's actually the real hero. She's the one that intercepted him with the gun," student who witnessed shooting says
15-year-old boy goes to a dance and never returns. Teen killers keep a secret for 41 years ? until one of them cracks. Richard Schlesinger investigates.
Medical staff who dealt with America?s first case of Ebola at Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas tell the inside story of trying to save Thomas Duncan, who died of the virus on Oct. 8. Watch Scott Pelley's report on Sunday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
Nurse quarantined in N.J. criticizes the way she has been treated
Kaci Hickox writes first-person account of her experience as third state implements mandatory quarantine for high-risk travelers
School shooting victims remain critically injured
Four students hospitalized following cafeteria shooting spree; 3 in critical condition with gunshot wounds to the head
Suspect in killing of California deputies was deported twice
Man suspected in shooting rampage that left 2 sheriff's deputies dead was deported twice and had a drug conviction, ICE spokeswoman says
School shooting in Wash. state
A student walked into the cafeteria at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Friday morning, and opened fire
World Series tied after Giants surge past Royals 11-4 in Game 4
Game 5 is Sunday in San Francisco; Series will head back to Kansas City to decide championship
PGA chief fired over alleged sexist comments
The President of the PGA of America has been fired over alleged sexist remarks he made to a pro golfer on social media. Ted Bishop was commenting on a new book, in which British golfer Ian Poulter criticized European golfer Nick Faldo. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Despite age, 100-year-old math teacher pushes on
Even at 100 years old, Madeline Scotto climbs to her second-floor classroom three times a week. And as Michelle Miller explains, the only number Scotto doesn't take seriously is her age.
Take a hike inside the San Andreas Fault zone
The grinding and shifting of tectonic plates in the California desert has created to some incredible scenery, which thousands of people enjoy each year
Federal government recognizes same-sex marriages in six more states
Same-sex marriages are now federally recognized in 32 states plus the District of Columbia
Jack Bruce, bassist for the band Cream, dies at 71
Musician best known a member of 1960s UK super group, died at his home in England
Pot and the race for Colorado governor: Where's the love?
Marijuana makes for some tricky politics out in the Rockies for Hickenlooper and Beauprez
Photos of the week
The best images from the week's news, Oct. 17 - Oct. 24, 2014
Iran hangs woman convicted of murdering alleged rapist
Woman claimed she killed man in self-defense but was executed for premeditated murder; human rights groups condemn case as "deeply flawed"
Rep. Don Young apologizes for suicide remarks that offended students
Longtime Alaskan congressman says he's sorry for implying that friends and family of suicide victims bear some blame
This year's campaign attacks are next year's political dysfunction
John Dickerson: The next time a budget deal collapses, you can thank election year attacks for making politicians so risk-averse
6 of the most haunted homes in the U.S.
There are plenty of houses in the U.S. where demons, lost souls and axe murderers have been seen living beyond the grave