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As Ebola research moves ahead, work to contain the epidemic grows more desperate. David Greene talks to World Health Organization Director-General Margaret Chan about how the epidemic might progress.
A Spanish court named Calatrava, designer of New York's Ground Zero transport hub, a suspect in alleged contract fraud. Prosecutors say he got $3.6 million for a convention center that wasn't built.
At the U.S. Open, two tennis players on the women's side of the draw have reached their first Grand Slam Semi Finals. Don Gonyea talks to Courtney Nguyen, a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated.
The decision marks the first time a federal court has upheld a gay marriage ban since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act last year.
After making a 100lb burger, Epic Meal Time, a Canadian YouTube show, moved on to encased meats. To honor the Inland Empire 66ers, a minor league baseball team, they created: The 66lbs Hot Dog Sundae.
In Indiana, a judge told one lawyer that he could be fined if he doesn't start wearing socks in court. The lawyer has been admonished for this before, and reportedly responded, "I hate socks."