-- Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Passenger Arriving at Newark Evaluated for Possible Ebola
The passenger was taken by ambulance to University Hospital in Newark, N.J., which was designated as the facility for any passengers flagged by health screeners at the airport, the CDC said.
2. Journalist Who Contracted Ebola Now Disease-Free
Ashoka Mukpo was transported from Liberia to the Nebraska Medical Center's biocontainment center on Oct. 6.
The medical center announced that he was free of the disease and would be released from the hospital on Wednesday.
Ben Bradlee, the legendary executive editor of the Washington Post during the Watergate era, has died, the newspaper reported on its website. He was 93 and died of natural causes.
A native of Boston, Bradlee began his career at the age of 20 in a grand fashion. He graduated from Harvard, got married to his first wife, Jean Saltonstall, and joined the U.S. Navy, serving in the South Pacific.
He went on to work for Newsweek, first in postwar Paris and then in Washington D.C., where he counted then-Senator John F. Kennedy as a friend. Bradlee was promoted to managing editor of the Washington Post in 1965 and rose through the ranks to become executive editor in 1968. It was a post Bradlee held until his retirement in 1991.
Bristol Palin said the drunken brawl involving her family at a house party last month was started when she was defending her younger sister, newly released audio reveals.
She can be heard telling an officer that her sister Willow, 20, came up to her while she was waiting in the family’s rented limo and told her an “old lady” came up to her and “pushed” her.
Bristol Palin told the police she responded, “Oh f****** hell no, no one is going to touch my sister.”
5. Meet Marlins Man, the 'Where’s Waldo?' of the Sports World
Another major sporting event, and another appearance by “Marlins Man,” Laurence Leavy.