Don't panic: Why Ebola won't become an epidemic in New York

A New York City doctor just back from volunteering in Africa with Doctors Without Borders has tested positive for Ebola — a high price to pay for trying to help fight an epidemic that’s killed more than 4,500 people and threatens to infect tens of thousands.

Concerns grow over ‘Hallo-weed’ candy

As kids gear up for Halloween, police are warning parents about candy laced with marijuana in states where recreational cannabis is now legal. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.

Another man jumps White House fence

A man is being held for jumping the White House fence while the Secret Service deals with fallout from pulling an agent to help a co-worker's dispute with a neighbor. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports.

Autopsy: Teen Michael Brown was shot 9 times

Violent protests flared up again in Ferguson, Missouri, Wednesday after results of Michael Brown’s autopsy were released. Protesters clashed with officers outside the police department.

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