Officials from Afghanistan and the United States signed a long-delayed security agreement to allow American troops to stay in the country after the end of the year, filling a campaign promise by new President Ashraf Ghani.
- Afghanistan, US sign long-awaited security pact
- Hong Kong leader rejects protesters' demands
- Obama, Modi tout potential for deeper econ ties
- Recovery of Japan volcano victims suspended amid signs of rising activity
- EU keeps Russia sanctions in place, sees "encouraging" signs
- UN Ebola mission head wants significant progress in 60 days
- Kurds seize Iraq-Syria border post
U.S. home prices in July increased at the slowest pace in 20 months, reflecting sluggish sales and a greater supply of houses for sale.
- U.S. home prices rise at slowest pace in 20 months
- EU, Russia see good chance of winter gas deal with Ukraine
- US stock market sinks as Apple drags down tech
- Obama tries Reagan touch on economy, but wages weigh
- Air France pilots demonstrate in Paris against low cost plans
- Chrysler recalling nearly 189,000 SUVs
- Turkey announces strategy to bolster EU accession bid
A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola, the first case of the disease to be diagnosed in the United States.
- Officials confirm first Ebola case diagnosed in US
- New mosquito-borne virus spreads in Latin America
- Ebola drug trials to be fast-tracked in West Africa
- FDA tweaks food safety rules due next year
- White House calls for task force to tackle antibiotic-resistant bugs
- Sierra Leone to shut down for 3 days to slow Ebola
- UN: Nearly $1 billion needed now to stop Ebola
Science & Tech
Scientists at the University of Rochester have discovered a way to hide large objects from sight using inexpensive and readily available lenses, a technology that seems to have sprung from the pages of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter fantasy series.
- New York scientists unveil 'invisibility cloak' to rival Harry Potter's
- Apple plays defense on iPhone 6 bending, software concerns
- U.S.-Russian crew safely reaches space station despite glitch
- India triumphs in maiden Mars mission, sets record in space race
- BlackBerry launches square-screen Passport in turnaround push
- Indian spacecraft on course to enter Mars orbit
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President Obama admitted to making mistakes during an interview on the TV news magazine 60 Minutes. Ebru's Kyle Schmoyer is live with the reaction to the president's comments and the potential political fallout.
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