LISTEN: 911 call for now-deceased Ebola patient

 The city of Dallas has released the 911 audio call placed for now-deceased Ebola patient Thomas Duncan. You can listen to the audio recorded on September 28, 2014, in the video player above.

Firefighter, paramedic's split-second decision saves dog in burning VA home

Firefighters and paramedics said they witnessed a miracle while crews were battling a blaze a Petersburg home Thursday.

LA landfill tells Texas it will not accept Ebola victim's belongings

Chemical Waste Management, the company that owns a landfill near Lake Charles, told Texas officials it will no longer be accepting the Ebola victim's belongings. They issued the following statement:

LSU football testing mouthguards that measure head impacts

 Parents skeptical about letting their children play contact football could soon get peace of mind. The LSU football team is testing out a new product that gives instant information about hits to the head.

American nurse with protective gear gets Ebola; how could this happen?

 The nurse in Texas seemed to have taken all the precautions needed to protect herself from Ebola.

Iraq military abandons key Anbar base to ISIS militants

 Iraq's military abandoned a strategically important base in Anbar province after heavy fighting with ISIS militants, provincial security forc

Taliban attack on military convoy kills 14 Afghan soldiers and police

 Taliban insurgents have killed 14 Afghan National Security forces, including two policemen, in northern Afghanistan, government officials said.

Redskins owner sits with Navajo Nation president

 Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder was seen Sunday sitting with the outgoing president of the Navajo Nation as the NFL team continues taking he

Child who fell into jaguar exhibit at Arkansas Zoo is in stable condition

A child who fell into a jaguar exhibit at the Little Rock Zoo in Arkansas on Friday is now listed in stable condition, according to a hospital spokesman.

ISIS states its justification for the enslavement of women

In a new publication, ISIS justifies its kidnapping of women as sex slaves citing Islamic theology, an interpretation that is rejected by the Muslim world at large as a perversion of Islam.