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In Winsford, England, the police superintendent wrote, "We were somewhat saddled with our unexpected guest. The visitor "quickly became the mane event of the night shift."
Robert Siegel talks to Stephen Rowden, a volunteer with Doctors Without Borders who was in Liberia. For a month, Rowden was in charge of removing and cremating the bodies of Ebola victims.
Conservative critics of the Obama administration are linking Ebola to border security and a broader mistrust of the president. Some accuse liberals of letting the disease into the U.S. intentionally.
French novelist Patrick Modiano is this year's winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
The United States has enough oil pipeline to wrap around the Earth more than a hundred times. But those 2.6 million miles of pipeline were built for a different era, and more pipelines — many more — will need to be built in the next 20 years to bring the system up to date. It has some big implications for the future of the nation's energy economy.
From the Found Recipe files, a dish that's also a delicious workout for your biceps: Cast Iron Roasted Half Chicken. Montana restaurateur Jay Bentley explains why it's a favorite of his.