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There has been a laboratory mistake at the Centers of Disease Control center in Atlanta, Georgia which may have exposed a technician to the deadly Ebola virus. The technician will be watched for a period of 21 days, which is the incubation period of the virus. [NY Times]

ISIS has captured a Jordanian pilot after his warplane has crashed in Syria while carrying out airstrikes. This occurrence has made the pilot the first foreign military member to get trapped into the hands of the extremist group since they have launched their bombing campaign months ago. [Huffington Post]

Tallahassee police is fed up with ESPN. In September, a reporter from Outside The Lines, made a public records request to the Tallahassee police asking for all incident reports involving a long list of FSU athletes potentially involved in a rape. The police filled out the request but it wasn’t immediately processed. Tallahassee police then released the reports and aired out the ESPN media before they got to break the story. [Deadspin]