The Dallas Morning News: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that Dallas has the first diagnosed Ebola case in the nation.
Michael Phelps arrested for DUI in Baltimore WBAL-TV: Maryland Transportation Authority police said Michael Phelps was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Maryland Monday night.
FCC votes to end NFL ‘blackout rule’ The Federal Communications Commission has eliminated the rule that authorized the NFL to restrict broadcasts of football games if the local venue is not sold out.
Rain falls on Hong Kong’s #UmbrellaRevolution SCMP: Protesters in Hong Kong have defied heavy rain as they continue to gather on the eve of China’s October 1st National Day, a major public holiday celebrated across the country, to protest the city’s embattled chief executive and to fight for democratic elections.
Report: Oakland Raiders fire head coach Dennis Allen NBC Sports: The Oakland Raiders have reportedly fired head coach Dennis Allen, who has won eight games in just over two seasons with the team.
Washington Post: The man who jumped the White House fence this month and sprinted through the front door made it much farther into the building than previously known, overpowering one Secret Service officer and running through much of the main floor, according to three people familiar with the incident.
CBS News: Authorities have evacuated the Saint Peter Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Monday due to a reported hostage situation. TV footage appears to show the assailant parading a hostage around a 13th-floor balcony. Police have cordoned off the area and evacuated guests and employees from the pre
Protesters remain defiant in Hong Kong despite police warnings BBC News: Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters are refusing to disperse in Hong Kong despite repeated volleys of tear gas and warnings from the police that greater force will be used.
Officials begin to recover bodies from peak of Japan volcano AP: Military and other rescue workers began airlifting more than two dozen bodies from the peak of Mount Ontake in central Japan on Monday, where a sudden volcanic eruption is believed to have killed at least 31 people.
Chicago Tribune: As of 7:30 am Sunday, O’Hare International Airport had cancelled more than 530 flights and anticipates delays throughout the day as officials try to return flight traffic to normal after a fire Friday at the FAA’s radar facility.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: A Ferguson, Mo., police officer was shot, but not killed, Saturday night in north St.
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin marry in Venice People Magazine: George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are now husband and wife.
The New York Times: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo arrived in Afghanistan on Saturday as part of a delegation of governors and Defense Department officials to visit troops and receive briefings on counterterrorism.
Catalonia defies Spain by calling secession vote Associated Press: Catalan leader Artur Mas has signed a decree calling for an independence vote on Nov 9 — but the Spanish government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy insists the referendum is illegal and won’t take place.
Chelsea Clinton welcomes baby girl USA Today: Bill and Hillary Clinton have become grandparents for the first time with the arrival of Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, born Friday to daughter Chelsea and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky. Follow updates on this story with Breaking News.
Reuters: The death toll from an outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has risen to at least 3,091 out of 6,574 probable, suspected and confirmed cases, the World Health Organization said on Friday.
UK Parliament approves airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq ITV News: Members of Parliament in the UK backed government plans to join airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq after more than six hours of debate in an emergency recall of Parliament.
Chicago Tribune: All flights in and out of Chicago’s O’Hare and Midway Airports were halted this morning after a fire broke out at a radar facility in Aurora, Ill., and a man with self-inflicted wounds was found in the basement.
Derek Jeter takes field in final home game nbcnews: Derek Jeter ends career at Yankee Stadium in storybook fashion with walk-off single to win the game.
Associated Press: The U.S. believes it has identified the British-accented masked man in the videos depicting the beheadings of two American journalists and a British aid worker, the FBI director says.