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Reuters | Early departures of crowd members while he spoke underscored his continuing unpopularity.

Washington Free Beacon | A New York Times piece published Friday indicated that President Obama is visibly worried the Ebola crisis will hurt the Democratic Party in November’s midterm elections.

The Hill | Republicans have unfairly used the Ebola crisis to stoke public fears and hurl criticism at President Obama, Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-Fla.) said on Sunday.

NY Times | Concerns among some mental health advocates that too many people have been categorized as dangerous.

Reuters | Both Mexico and Belize refused to allow the ship to dock.

NY Times | Told investigators that he was pinned in his vehicle and in fear for his life.

Caleb Howe | Why was a potential patient transferred to the very hospital where two care givers were infected?

Breitbart | An email blast from the White House listing the meeting’s participants did not include Klain.

Prison Planet.com | Press Secretary says White House wasn’t looking for an expert to appoint as “Ebola Czar.”

Prison Planet.com | Resident was on flight with second nurse infected with Ebola.

AP | School officials have rejected an appeal filed by the family of a Maryland boy suspended after chewing his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun.

AP | Residents that received the pamphlet were quick to voice the mistake on social media.

The Belizean | Reports tonight are that two individuals possibly infected with the Ebola virus are in Belizean waters.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones discusses what he’s seen over the years and asks James Wesley Rawles if he thinks that the American military would support an attempted coup.

Washington Times | If you’re enjoying President Obama’s year of escalating executive actions, you’d love the final two years of his presidency with a Republican Senate.

NBC 5 | “Vinson was not told that she could not fly,” the government spokesperson told NBC News.

Zero Hedge | Police have cordoned off the home of her mother and are allowing only limited access to the residential development.

Paul Joseph Watson | Senator says authorities not being honest about transmissibility of virus.

CNS News | Infected or exposed persons should not ride public transportation.

The Hill | The Obama administration isn’t ruling out appointing a “czar” to lead the U.S. response to the Ebola virus.

NY Times | The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed more than a dozen Texas abortion clinics to reopen, blocking a state law that had imposed strict requirements on abortion providers.

Paul Joseph Watson | Massie accuses administration of allowing infected illegals to swarm America.

RIA Novosti | Two more major cities in America, Seattle and Minneapolis, have changed the second Monday of October from Columbus Day.

Washington Times | Ms. Rice reportedly made the request while national security adviser, regarding a story from journalist James Risen on the CIA, Ms. Abramson said.

Breitbart | A spate of new Senate projections shows Republicans widening the electoral map and increasing their chances of a GOP takeover.

The Hill | Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Friday said he would oppose a move by President Obama to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, through executive action.

The Hollywood Reporter | At the end of the Laura Poitras doc, the famed informant registers shock over another who outranks him.

Adan Salazar | Despite an anticipated spike in immigration, feds claim no threat posed by Ebola or terrorists.

Courthouse News | An attorney’s bid for CIA records on the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy remains stalled.

CNS News | Conflicting advice.

Daily Caller | “I see a serious legal issue here.”

Daily Caller | On her online video series “Krystal Clear,” MSNBC host Krystal Ball managed to find an unlikely culprit lurking behind the Ebola crisis: the NRA.

Washington’s Blog | Open-Border Policy May Spread Ebola.

Michael Krieger | There are many systemic reasons why America continues to circle the toilet bowl toward a full fledged oligarchic Banana Republic.

The Hill | White House aides were given information by the Secret Service suggesting that a prostitute was an overnight guest.

Reuters | The government ordered five airports to start screening passengers from West Africa for fever.

Mac Slavo | To say that the handling of the Ebola crisis from the get-go is a disaster would be an understatement.

NY Times | An isolated political figure who is viewed as a liability.

The Hill | Some experts have expressed fear about viral mutations due to the unprecedented — and rising — number of Ebola cases.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones talks with North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones about Ebola, coal power and what he thinks is coming for America.

Breitbart | Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has a harsh message for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and any other potential 2016 GOP presidential candidates.

Paul Joseph Watson | Professor warns of “humanitarian catastrophe.”

The Hill | The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to revisit same-sex marriage.

The Daily Sheeple | Over 114 people have now been or are currently being tested for Ebola in the U.S.

Prison Planet.com | Desperately wants her family’s nightmare to end.

The Hill | The head of the FBI said in an interview broadcast late Sunday that the U.S. is preparing for an imminent terrorist attack.

Breitbart | One in five people.

UK Daily Mail | Airport security ignored the warnings.

Washington Times | The federal government is tightening up the U.S. border to a special kind of immigrant – puppies.

The Hill | CDC: “Even if we tried to close the border, it wouldn’t work.”

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