1. EBOLA SCREENING
Not so easy: As Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Duncan slid into critical condition over the weekend, word spread that U.S. airports may beef up screenings to catch new cases, as they arrive in the country. “All options are on the table,” a federal official said. But it may not be that simple. Not too many flights come here directly from Ebola-affected countries, so many passengers take roundabout routes. That makes it harder to track them down.
2. HONG KONG PROTESTS
Deadline day: Police are telling pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong that today is the day to clear out. But the demonstrators say they’re not going anywhere. Better elections is what it will take to move them, they say. Other than that, neither side is sticking its chest out – no police crackdown. And protesters have unblocked traffic to let government employees get to work.
3. HANNAH GRAHAM
Please tell us: Where’s our daughter? The anguished parents of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham want to know. In an emotional video plea, they beg anyone who may know anything about where she is to come forward. Graham has been missing since mid September.
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