Accused cop killer caught in Pennsylvania.
Ebola-free nurse who defied quarantine in Maine challenges governor.
Sweden recognizes Palestinian state, prompting harsh reaction from Israel.
Four killed in plane crash at Wichita airport.
Arctic cold will blanket Midwest and East for Halloween.
Liberia is showing signs of winning against Ebola.
Threat of lawsuit tests Maine’s quarantine policy.
The Federal Reserve is ending one of its recession-fighting tools.
ISIS is stalled.
U.S. official has harsh words for Israel’s Netanyahu.
The Giants win the Series in 7.
Commercial rocket to the space station explodes on lift-off.
President Obama praises Ebola caretakers.
Second nurse infected with Ebola in Texas has been released from hospital.
U.N. human rights advocate wants North Korea to be put on trial for violation of human rights.
Iran wants a nuclear deal.
The Royals force Game 7 by beating the Giants 10-0.
C.D.C. revises rules on Ebola quarantining.
Doug Ford loses mayoral bid in Toronto.
ISIS releases new propaganda tape with British hostage.
Marysville shooter lured victims with texts.
Lava moves downhill towards village on Hawaii.
New York Gov. Cuomo changes Ebola quarantine rules to allow for home isolation.
Second victim dies from Washington school shooting.
Canadian shooter made video prior to attack on Parliament.
Michelle Obama campaigns for Democrats.
Lava inches closer to homes in Hawaii.
The Giants shut out KC to make the Series 3-2.
Ebola nurse who tested negative slams NY/NJ quarantine rules.
Feds to recognize marriage equality in six more states.
Florida AG Pam Bondi asks court not to lift stay on marriage equality ruling.
Iran hangs woman for killing her alleged rapist.
Hawaii warns of possible evacuation from lava flows.
The Giants even the Series.
New York doctor tests positive for Ebola.
Canadian gunman not identified as threat by police.
U.S.-led strikes in Syrian reported to have killed 500.
ISIS suspected of gassing Iraqi soldiers.
Tropical Update: TD 9 is back to Invest 94L and heading inland.
The latest on the shootings in Ottawa.
Four former Blackwater guards found guilty in killings in Iraq.
Academic fraud scandal at the University of North Carolina.
Another fence-jumper at the White House; tackled outside this time.
Suspended South Carolina House leader to plead guilty to ethics charges.
Tropical Update: TD Nine heads east from the Gulf for Yucatan.
Royals even Series at 1 each by beating the Giants 7-2.
Ebola — Travelers from West Africa must enter the U.S. through designated airports.
North Korea has released an Ohio man held since May for leaving a bible in a hotel room.
Ukrainian army appears to have fired cluster bombs in Donetsk.
Gary Hart to be U.S. representative to Northern Ireland.
Sweden chases undersea intruder.
World Series: Giants take Game 1.
Tropical Update: Invest 93L heads for the Yucatan.
R.I.P. Ben Bradlee, 93, former editor at the Washington Post; the real Jason Robards in All The President’s Men.
Turkey allows the Iraqi Kurdish pesh merga to cross the border to fight ISIS.
Nigeria is declared Ebola-free by the W.H.O.
President Obama voted early in Chicago.
Alabama House Speaker arrested on 23 felony charges.
Hong Kong protestors and officials schedule first talks.
R.I.P. Oscar de la Renta, 82, fashion designer.
Tropical Update: Invest 93L is spinning up in the Gulf of Mexico.
Texas hospital apologizes for its handling of Ebola cases.
Hong Kong protestor arrested for inciting demonstrations.
Intense clashes erupt in Syrian border town.
Hope fades for forty people missing in Nepal blizzard.
Pope beatifies Paul VI.
Tropical Update: Gonzalo is now a post-tropical cyclone and heading for the Hebrides.
Second nurse with Ebola in Texas calls protocols at hospital into question.
Arkansas Supreme Court strikes down state’s voter I.D. law.
ISIS in Anbar province, 25 miles west of Baghdad.
The deficit for 2014 was the lowest since 2008.
Tropical Update: Hurricane Gonzalo is still on a track to pass Bermuda on Friday.
Kurdish enclave on Syrian border is holding its own against ISIS.
President Obama met with senior officials on preparedness to control Ebola.
The Vatican signals softer stance on gays and divorce.
British parliament votes to recognize Palestinian state.
North Korea’s leader reportedly seen in public.
Tropical Update: Hurricane Gonzalo is keeping out to sea.
Second case of Ebola confirmed in Texas.
Federal judge strikes down Alaska’s ban on marriage equality.
U.S. general warns of possible ISIS strikes in Baghdad.
Football hazing case results in seven arrests in New Jersey.
Tropical Update: TS Gonzalo is spinning up in the Atlantic.
The whereabouts of North Korea dictator Kim Jon-un are still a secret.
The number of dead from Ebola has passed 4,000 according to the W.H.O.
President Obama declares part of the San Gabriel Mountains a national monument.
Tropical Update: Fay has gone subtropical and is heading away from land.
The Royals won Game 1 of the ALCS.
State officials ask for an investigation into a fatal shooting of a black man in St. Louis.
ISIS threatening to overrun a province in western Iraq.
Hong Kong — The government backed out of a meeting with protestors.
West Virginia joins the marriage equality march.
Teeter-Totter — Wall Street goes through gyrations this week.
R.I.P. Jan Hooks, 57, actor on SNL and Designing Women.
Tropical Update: Invest 99L is north of Puerto Rico.
Who is really running North Korea?
U.S. not happy with Turkish inaction against ISIS.
Who is that masked man? FBI wants to know identity of ISIS spokesman.
Ebola patient in Texas remains in critical but slightly improved condition.
Add two more to the map: Marriage equality wins in Nevada and Idaho.
Giants beat Nationals to win trip to NLCS.
Hong Kong protestors hold huge rally.
Dallas Ebola patient in critical condition.
Car crash in L.A. kills five teens.
Coast Guard rescues man in bubble off Florida coast.
The Giants beat the Nationals 2-1 in the longest game on record.
Jean-Claude Duvalier, ousted dictator of Haiti, dead at 63.
Hong Kong demonstrators attacked by mob allies.
Dallas hospital alters account of Ebola case.
It could take a year for Iraq to get ready to fight ISIS.
North and South Korea agree to resume high-level talks.
The Tigers lost to the Orioles again; head back to Detroit to try to save the season.
Secret Service chief Julia Pierson resigns over security lapses.
Beijing warns Hong Kong of “chaos” from protests.
Questions arise over initial response to Ebola patient in Texas.
Guilty verdict in trial of Florida man in shooting of an unarmed man over loud music.
New Moon — Image forces change in theory of the moon’s formation.
The Tigers take on Baltimore in the opening game of the ALDS tonight.