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Top Stories: American With Ebola Flies Back To U.S.; Medicine Nobel Prize

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- U.S. Journalist With Ebola Being Flown To Nebraska Hospital.

-- 3 Win Nobel Prize In Medicine For Discovering Brain's 'Inner GPS'.

-- Orioles, Royals Sweep Opponents In AL Division Series.

And here are more early headlines:

Typhoon Kills One U.S. Airman In Japan, Two More Missing. (USA Today)

Search Resumes For Missing Malaysian Jet. (The Australian)

Bodies Discovered In Mexico In Mass Graves, May Be Students. (Wall Street Journal)

Iran Continues To Hold Reporter, Releases His Wife. (Washington Post)

Evacuation Ends Following Louisiana Train Derailment. (KNOE)

Suicide Bomber In Chechnya Kills 5 Police Officers. (Radio Free Europe)

Report Finds Poor Give More To Charity, Rich Less So. (Forbes)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.
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