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9 coolest space Twitter accounts
5 things to know about Mars mission
The United States couldn't do it on its first try. Neither could the Soviets.
Spacecraft enters Mars' orbit
MAVEN has arrived in Mars's orbit after traveling 442 million miles in the course of 10 months to get there.
Tracking patient's every move
Thomas Eric Duncan left Africa for the United States, by official accounts, a healthy man.
Your #Ebola questions answered
Thomas Eric Duncan traveled from Liberia to Texas, before testing positive for Ebola. The first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. has raised many questions and concerns, which CNN has been responding to on social media using the hashtag #EbolaQandA. We'll continue to answer them online and on TV, but here are some of your most frequently asked questions:
Opinion.: A tragedy of errors
Running at full speed since the summer, a lab with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, testing blood samples collected by American hospitals on patients they suspected of having Ebola, has returned a negative result in every case. Until Tuesday.
Can Ebola go airborne?
Today, the Ebola virus spreads only through direct contact with bodily fluids, such as blood and vomit. But some of the nation's top infectious disease experts worry that this deadly virus could mutate and be transmitted just by a cough or a sneeze.
How the Ebola virus spreads
Yes, Ebola is a scary infectious disease. But the first thing you should know is that it's not very contagious -- the virus isn't spread through the air via coughs or sneezes like the common cold. It's spread through frequent contact with bodily fluids and can be spread only by someone who is showing symptoms.
History of Ebola outbreaks
Here's some background information about Ebola, a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in 1976.
Graham suspect investigated in '03
The man charged with the abduction of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham was also investigated for alleged sexual assault when he was in college over a decade ago.
Realtor's killing highlights risk
The suspect in the killing of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter was asked this week by reporters: "Why Beverly?"
At 90, Jimmy Carter still surprises
Jimmy Carter's presidency swirled with turmoil, but his post-White House work promoting human rights, democracy and peace has earned him high praise. Carter turned 90 Wednesday. Here are a few facts to help reflect on the long life of America's 39th president:
Pirates edge Braves to clinch playoff spot
Gerrit Cole retired the final 17 hitters he faced, and the surging Pittsburgh Pirates clinched a spot in the playoffs with a 3-2 win over the free-falling Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night.
Cowboys' Spillman faces sexual assault claim
Dallas Cowboys safety C.J. Spillman is being investigated in connection with an alleged sexual assault at the team's hotel last month, according to Grapevine, Texas police.
Notre Dame 'becoming ridiculous,' Russell says
Notre Dame cornerback KeiVarae Russell has voiced heightened frustration with the school in a since-deleted Instagram post, saying it was "becoming ridiculous" after it held a hearing before a disciplinary committee regarding his suspension.
A's Beane defends trades despite early exit
Support his big moves or not, Billy Beane made one thing clear: The Athletics' season probably would have ended sooner without Jon Lester as a part of it.
Bumgarner-led Giants send Pirates packing
Madison Bumgarner pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Brandon Crawford hit the first grand slam by a shortstop in postseason history as the San Francisco Giants routed the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-0 on Wednesday night in the NL wild-card game.
Gannon says Raiders 'stealing' from Oakland
One of the last great Oakland Raiders players has taken aim at the woebegone franchise again, with Rich Gannon railing against the team Wednesday.
Cabrera declines playoff bonus, report says
Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera opted against signing the paperwork necessary to make him eligible for his playoff bonus, according to a report.
LeBron, Love debut in Cavaliers scrimmage
For the first time in more than four years, LeBron James stepped onto the court at Quicken Loans Arena as a member of the hometown Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday.
Carmelo: I'm the most underrated superstar
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony believes he's the "most underrated" star player in the NBA.
Royal demand: ALDS ticket prices soaring
Postseason fever, for the first time in nearly three decades, is getting expensive. But Kansas City Royals fans are apparently willing to pay what it takes to get into the building.
Prep football player 3rd to die in recent days
A high school football player has died after he collided with an opponent and collapsed during a game on Long Island, becoming the third high school football player to die in recent days.
WR Smith rips Panthers GM: It was personal
Steve Smith blasted Carolina GM David Gettleman during a radio interview Wednesday, criticizing the manner in which he was released by the Panthers earlier this year.
Oops: Giants TE benches self, loses matchup
A dream game for New York Giants tight end Larry Donnell in Week 4 quickly turned into a nightmare scenario for at least one fantasy football owner last week: Donnell himself.
Manning 'grateful' to be on verge of 500 TDs
With his next TD pass, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will join Brett Favre in NFL's 500 club.
Cops: Phelps blew .14, seemed 'disoriented'
Police documents indicate that Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps registered .14 percent on a breathalyzer test after he was stopped on a speeding violation.