A New York City doctor who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea has tested positive for the virus and is being treated in an isolation unit at Bellevue Hospital in the city. It is the first confirmed case in New York.
We asked our Facebook readers for their thoughts on council leaders' call to allow parents to take their children on holiday during term time.
A 26-year-old man from Portsmouth has been charged with the preparation of terrorism acts.
Tuhin Shanesha, from Hudson Road, Southsea, was charged under Section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006 and is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London today.
He was one of four people arrested on suspicion of terror offences across Hampshire and London on October 14.
A 23-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman remain in police custody, while a 29-year-old woman from Greenwich was released without charge.
"This means the bulk of ships and amphibious forces have returned to port," the armed forces said in a statement, adding that some smaller forces would remain in the area.
In what was the country's biggest military mobilisation since the Cold War, more than 200 troops, stealth ships and helicopters scoured waters after reports of foreign "underwater activity" - suspected to be a Russian sub.
A letter from lawyers acting for Cliff Richard sent to the chair of the Home Affairs Select Committe said:
Skies will be mainly cloudy over the bulk of England and Wales with some bands of rain, which will be locally heavy at times.
The rain will be clearing slowly and rather erratically southeast from all parts by this evening.
Clearer and brighter skies will be following on, but in the far northwest plenty of showers are likely, some heavy with hail and thunder.
It will be a breezy day generally but very windy in the northwest. Top temperature 17 Celsius (63F).
Most workers are unlikely to get a wage rise that matches inflation in 2015, according to new analysis.
A survey of 280 companies found that firms expect wages to rise only 2% over the next year, with one in 14 firms likely to freeze wages.
But pay analysts XpertHR said some companies said they would give a pay rise to workers they thought were likely to look for a new job or those who taken on extra duties.
It is "best for children" to be in school during term time and not flout the ban on holidays when they should be in class, a primary school head teacher told Good Morning Britain.
Susan Papas sympathised with parents the difference in cost between peak and off-peak holidays had become "so extreme", but if they wanted the best for their child, they would leave them in school.
The blockade on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa has been lifted, allowing mourners and well-wishers to leave floral tributes to Cpl Nathan Cirillo.
Cpl Cirillo was shot dead by gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau on Wednesday.
Zehaf-Bibeau was himself then shot and killed by Canada's Sergeant-at-Arms, Kevin Vickers.
An estimated two million people are at risk of the winter blues after the clocks go back an hour this Sunday, Good Morning Britain's health expert has warned.
Dr Hilary Jones said 20% of Brits were at risk of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) with women three times more likely to suffer winter blues or even depression over the coming months.
"Some people do need treatment and some hospitalisation as well," the GP said.
Symptoms of SAD include feeling down or less engaged in everyday activities, a loss of libido and overeating, amongst others.
January, February and March are the worst months for SAD sufferers, but some can start to feel down as early as September.