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New Yorkers React to Citys First Ebola Case

As news that Ebola has arrived in New York spread throughout the city, some residents and tourists reacted to the news with relative calm.
In Brazil, Citizens Are Split Over Mandatory Voting

Election day in Brazil is a big deal, in part because voting is mandatory. Ahead of the presidential election, WSJ's Loretta Chao spoke about the voting laws with Sao Paulo residents.
Photos of the Week: From Sparkling Celebrations to Canadian Tragedy

In this week’s photos, bishops in golden robes at the Vatican, sparkling Diwali celebrations in Vrindavan, tragedy and honors in Canada, and more. Photo: AFP/Getty Images
How to carve a pumpkin like a pro

Up your pumpkin carving game with a few of our super easy tips.
Dallas Nurse is Cured of Ebola, and More

Dallas nurse Nina Pham has been declared free of the Ebola virus. 25 eurozone banks to fail ECB stress tests. Queen Elizabeth tweets. Joanne Po reports. Photo: AP
Ambush Makovers: the most emotional reactions

This collection of Ambush Makeover highlights showcases some of the most emotional reactions to our drastic transformations.
Young girl chops her locks for baby sister

7 year-old Hannah Gorsegner shaves her head in solidarity with her younger sister, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
Pregnant Duchess Kate shows off baby bump

In a trio of public appearances, the Duchess of Cambridge dressed up the first signs of her baby bump. She is expecting her second child in the spring. NBC's Keir Simmons reports.
Dallas Nurse Nina Pham Declared Ebola Free

Nina Pham, a Dallas nurse who had Ebola, has been declared free of the virus and released from the hospital. She addressed reporters Friday at the National Institutes of Health hospital in Bethesda, Md. Photo: AP
New Yorkers Have Little Risk of Contracting Ebola

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio details the city's response to the first case of Ebola diagnosed within its boroughs. The mayor said New Yorkers have little risk of contracting the virus.
U.S. Boosts Submarine Forces to Monitor China

The U.S. is boosting its submarine and anti-sub forces in Asia to counter China’s fast-growing undersea firepower.
U.S. Navy’s P-8 Poseidon Plane Tracks Chinese Subs

The P-8 Poseidon is one of the U.S. military’s most advanced surveillance aircrafts. It’s been deployed to Okinawa, Japan for one main reason: to monitor China’s growing submarine fleet.
Meet the D.C. mayoral candidates | On Leadership

Muriel Bowser, David Catania and Carol Schwartz talk about their leadership styles, their worst traits and the biggest management challenge facing D.C.'s next mayor.
First NYC Patient Diagnosed With Ebola and More

What's News: A physician who worked with Doctors Without Borders, Craig Spencer, is the first to be diagnosed with Ebola in NYC. Simon Constable reports. Photo: Getty
Makeup artist transforms herself into celebs

43-year-old Lucia Pittalis uses her art to transform herself into movie and music icons. The ladies discuss this and other buzzing topics including a recently discovered puppy-sized spider.
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