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.
The Tigers clinched the American League Central division championship for the fourth year in a row by beating the Twins 3-0.
Hong Kong protests bring crackdown by cops, which bring more protests.
President Obama says U.S. underestimated the rise of ISIS.
More than 30 feared dead in volcano eruption in Japan.
American doctor exposed to Ebola admitted to NIH.
Liberia pleads for help from the U.S. against ebola.
Arab states are “tepid” in their response to calls to fight ISIS from the U.S.
Sources say NFL commissioner Roger Goodell knew of Ray Rice’s crime long before he said he did.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford has dropped out of the reelection race.
R.I.P. Bob Crewe, 83, songwriter of hits by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
The Tigers beat Cleveland 7-2 to retake first place.
Beijing rules out open elections in Hong Kong.
Al-qaida releases five Lebanese soldiers held hostage.
U.S. airstrikes hit ISIS targets in Iraq.
Iceland raises volcano alert again.
South American food chains try their trade in Florida.
The Tigers split a double-header with the White Sox; now share first place.
Russia tries to sound both tough and nice on response to jet attack.
Death toll continues to rise on both sides in Israel/Gaza conflict.
U.N. says Iran has turned much of its nuclear material to harmless use.
Perry sends Texas troops to border.
Wildfires continue to expand in Pacific Northwest.
Tropical Update: TD Two is east of the Lesser Antilles.
The Tigers beat the Diamondbacks 4-3.
First Israeli fatality in the latest battle with Hamas.
Pakistan says it has arrested key Taliban commander.
President Obama and German Chancellor Merkel discuss cooperation on intel.
New wildfires erupt in Washington state.
Missouri execution on hold after late stay granted.
The Tigers helped the AL win the All-Star game.
This sounds like the plot of a movie on SyFy.
Tourists at Yellowstone National Park are being barred from areas of the park because the massive underground supervolcano beneath it is melting the asphalt roads.
“It basically turned the asphalt into soup. It turned the gravel road into oatmeal,” Yellowstone spokesman Dan Hottle said. In particular, Hottle said that the road between the park’s most popular attraction, Old Faithful, and Madison Junction has been dangerously compromised.
[…]The last time the supervolcano beneath Yellowstone actually erupted was 640,000 years ago, U.S. Geological Survey records show.
You wait; someone is going to figure out a way to blame this on President Obama.
President Obama to nominate former P&G CEO Bob McDonald as the next Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Marine who disappeared in Iraq in 2004 is back in the U.S.
European leaders meet to discuss continued fighting in Ukraine.
Crews fighting wildfires in Arizona get relief from the winds.
Tropical Update: We have our first potential disturbance in the Atlantic.
R.I.P. Meshach Taylor, 67, actor on Designing Women.
The Tigers lost to the Astros 6-4.
Hundreds of miners are feared lost in an explosion in a mine in Turkey.
Drones put to good use: searching for the missing girls in Nigeria.
Over 11,000 homes have been evacuated as wildfires burn in San Diego County.
Wedding bells for same-sex couples will begin on Friday in Idaho after the judge denied the stay requested by the governor.
The Tigers swept the Orioles 7-5. At 24-12, the Tigers have the best record in the majors.
The U.S. is sending a team to Nigeria to assist in locating the missing 300 girls.
Ukraine has a new military commander.
Climate change study says the problem is only getting more urgent.
The White House is backing Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki who is under attack for the situation at the VA hospital in Phoenix.
Haiti confirms 14 new cases of mosquito-borne virus.
The Tigers walloped the Astros 11-4. At 19-9, the Tigers have the best record in baseball.