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Liberian official says U.S. Ebloa patient lied on airport questionnaire

Days before he became the first person diagnosed with Ebola on American soil, Thomas Eric Duncan answered "no" to questions about whether he had cared for a patient with the deadly virus.

Former 800lb Missouri man's Facebook workout videos inspire the nation

Their motto is get up, get out, and do something and that motto seems to be working they are Team Larry. Unknown Object

Top 5 most ticketed cars in America

Subaru and Pontiac drivers, watch out! A new study by insurance.com reveals the Subaru WRX is the top ticketed car in America. The Pontiac GTO is runner-up for law enforcement run-ins.

'Get your head out of your apps' traffic signs

The Iowa department of transportation says looking at your phone, adjusting the radio, eating, and doing anything other than driving is like driving blind. So over the summer it began posting messages like these on Iowa roads.

Source: U.S. Ebola patient didn't give travel history, hospital didn't ask

 It's a lapse that has Americans concerned and health officials asking how it could happen.

A mother refuses lifesaving cancer treatment so her daughter can live

A California mother made the ultimate sacrifice for her baby when she refused lifesaving treatment for cancer. You often hear mothers say they want to stop time when they have a baby.

Hackers stole $100 million of U.S. military and Xbox tech - FBI

 Federal officials have accused four men of hacking into computer networks of the U.S. military and Microsoft and stealing more than $100 million worth of software.

Ebola fast facts

Here's some background information about Ebola, a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in 1976.

Dog rescued after being stuck in hot tar

A five-month-old dog that fell into hot tar spilled around a construction site in northern India was eventually saved by a four-hour rescue operation.

Unseen photos of John and Jacqueline Kennedy's wedding auctioned

CNN — A previously unpublished collection of photographs from the wedding of John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy will be auctioned this month.