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Watch Google Exec Set Record With Near-Space Skydive

Alan Eustace breaks the world record for highest skydive. Eustace's dive was 135,908 feet, smashing the former record of 127,852 feet held by Felix Baumgartner.

Mali's First Ebola Patient, Two-Year-Old Girl, Dies

Health workers in the African country were scrambling to track anyone who may have had contact with the girl, in the hopes of halting an outbreak.

'Highway of Heroes': Slain Canadian Soldier Comes Home

Supporters pay tribute as the Body of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo is transported from Ottawa to Hamilton, along the Highway of Heroes in Port Hope, Ont.

Funeral Held For Canadian Soldier Killed in Parliament Shooting

Fallen Corporal Nathan Cirillo was honored with bagpipes and an outpouring of strangers, passersby and others paying tribute as he made his final journey home.

Bystanders Describe Final Moments of Fallen Soldier in Canada

Lawyer Barbara Winters and four others rushed to the side of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo after he was fatally shot by a gunman in Ottawa.

Official: North Korea Capable of Small Nuke

But there's no evidence that the North Koreans have produced such a weapon, said U.S. Army Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti, the U.S. commander in South Korea.

Ashya King, Boy With Brain Tumor, Completes Therapy

Ashya King spent more than a month receiving proton therapy — an alternative to radiotherapy — at the Proton Therapy Center in Prague.

Annotate The News: Darth Vader Running for Ukrainian Parliament

Ukraine's parliamentary elections are this Sunday, and there are some interesting candidates -- including Darth Vader

NYC Ebola Patient Is in Stable Condition, Officials Say

Dr. Craig Spencer is in isolation at Bellevue Hospital.

Watch Live: Procession for Soldier Killed in Ottawa Attack

The body of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, killed in the Ottawa shooting at the National War Memorial, is transported along Canada's Highway of Heroes.

Leaders Prepare for Surge of Young Job-Seekers

Political leaders, philanthropists, advocacy organizations and media met at a conference Friday to address the "dire" effects of youth unemployment.

New York Mayor Delivers Update on Ebola Patient

Dr. Craig Spencer is in isolation at Bellevue Hospital.

Cured of Ebola, Nina Pham Anxious to See Family, Dog

Dr. Anthony Fauci of the NIH declares Texas nurse Nina Pham free of the Ebola virus, then Pham makes remarks thanking the medical staff involved with her care, saying that she was looking forward to returning to Texas, to see her family and dog.

Aerial View of World's Largest Ebola Center

ELWA 3, in Monrovia, Liberia, is the largest Ebola Management center ever built. So far 1,343 patients have been admitted, 1,128 have confirmed Ebola, of which 301 have recovered.

U.S. and Canadian Consulates Receive Mystery Powder

Letters containing unidentified yellow powder were sent to the United States and Canadian consulates in Istanbul on Friday, officials said.

Putin Accuses U.S. of Trying to 'Remake the Whole World'

Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. on Friday of endangering global security by imposing a "unilateral diktat" on the rest of the world.

Slain Canadian Soldier Takes 'Highway of Heroes' Home

Canadian police and military are escorting the body of a soldier shot dead earlier this week from the nation's capital to his hometown.

Slain Canadian Soldier Takes 'Highway of Heroes' Home

Canadian police and military are escorting the body of a soldier shot dead earlier this week from the nation's capital to his hometown.

China Factory Races to Produce Ebola Protective Suits

Factory workers in the Chinese city of Anqiu are racing to produce protective suits for healthcare workers dealing with the Ebola outbreak.

Christian Mom to Appeal Blasphemy Death Sentence

A Pakistani Christian mother-of-five sentenced to death for blasphemy will appeal her sentence in an effort to escape a widely-condemned judgment.

Ravine Crash Victim's Three-Day Jungle Crawl

Malaysian man Nicholas Andrew survived a horror car crash into a 60-foot ravine by crawling for three days through the jungle, officials said.

Chutzpah: Women Defy Rules to Pray at Jewish Holy Site

A Jewish women's rights group smuggled a holy scroll to Jerusalem's Wailing Wall to pray, in contravention to the rules governing the holy site.

Coming Up: NYC Mayor to Update Public on Ebola Case

Dr. Craig Spencer is in isolation at Bellevue Hospital.

Search for Malaysian Jet 'Will Take Many Months'

Australian officials Peter Foley and Judith Zielke discuss the restart of the search for missing Malaysian flight MH370, which was put on hold for four months while the sea floor in the revised search zone was mapped.

'Sisters for Life!': Madonna's Support for Singing Nun

It's hardly a match made in heaven, and yet Madonna and an Italian nun might well become the new sisters of pop.

Daniel Pearl Murder Case Suspect Freed

A suspect in the murder of Daniel Pearl, the American kidnapped and executed in Pakistan in 2002, was freed because of lack of evidence Friday.

Forever Faithful: Slain Soldier's Dogs Wait for His Return

Amid the flags and flowers left outside of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo’s family home in Hamilton, Ontario, two dogs peek out from under the gate.

In the Crosshairs: Airstrike Targets ISIS Fighters

A startling series of images shows ISIS fighters being targeted by an airstrike near Syria's border with Turkey.

Queen's Tweet Celebrates Information Age

Queen Elizabeth sent her first-ever tweet to mark the opening of new Information Age galleries at London' Science Museum.

Watch Live: House Hearing on Ebola - 9:30a ET

House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform holds a hearing titled "The Ebola Crisis: Coordination of a Multi-Agency Response".


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