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Ebola virus

CDC

What is Ebola and why does it kill?

It began with a just a handful of cases in Guinea in March. But it spread quickly to two other countries and is now the deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus on record.

At least 1,201 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia have been infected by Ebola ...

Donetsk, Ukraine damage

Raja Razek/CNN

Ukraine: Rebels plant mines near MH17 site

International investigators' quest to carry out their duties at the crash site of the downed Malaysian airliner hit another roadblock Wednesday: land mines, according to Ukrainian officials.

Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council claims that...

Beit Hanoun damage, Gaza

Gordon Duncan/CNN

'Humanitarian window' underway in Gaza

Israel authorized a four-hour "humanitarian window" Wednesday in Gaza after another U.N. facility was struck by violence.

GDP 2Q

CNNMoney

U.S. economy bounces back sharply

What a relief. The deep economic contraction earlier this year was temporary after all.

MH17 crash3

REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev

What will MH17 investigators find at site?

Nearly two weeks after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was blown out of the sky by a suspected surface-to-air missile, the Dutch investigators in charge of finding out what happened have yet to lay eyes on the wreckage or the human remains believed to be still left in the enormous debris field.

North Korea, South Korea

CNN

North Korea fires projectiles

North Korea fired four projectiles on Wednesday morning toward the Sea of Japan, an official with the South Korean Defense Ministry told CNN.

Water main breaks at UCLA

KTLA

Water main break floods UCLA, Sunset Blvd.

Streets turned into rivers and parts of UCLA turned into lakes after a massive water main break sent 8 to 10 million gallons of water gushing through parts of Los Angeles.

India landslide

CNN-IBN

Landslides trap 150 people or more in India

Landslides caused by heavy monsoon rains may have trapped 150 people or more in a village in western India, a senior official said Wednesday.

Immigration reform supporters

Sarah Hoye/CNN

WH mulls steps on immigration it can take on its own

As Congress wrestles with legislation aimed at easing the southern border crisis, the White House is considering steps President Barack Obama can take on his own to address an immigration system widely viewed as broken and in need of reform.

Obama

Brian Yaklyvich/CNN

Obama set to lambast Republicans over lawsuit

Days before Congress' summer break begins, President Barack Obama planned to use a morning speech to lambast Republicans who are preparing to sue him rather than taking action on some of his agenda items.

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