The latest on the efforts to contain Ebola and the fight against ISIS, with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee, and others.
When tasked with a painstaking Detour, the Dentists face the realization that they may need to use "The Save." Meanwhile, one team's lack of communication leads to a massive meltdown on the mat. (TV-PG L)
As the nation struggles to address the Ebola outbreak, the White House named Ron Klain, a former aide to vice-presidents Biden and Gore, the new Ebola czar. The appointment of Klain, who has no medical background, was immediately met with criticism by Republicans; and, as part of CBS News' "On The Road" series, Steve Hartman meets a Rochester, N.Y. couple who demonstrate the healing power of love.
Brianna Aguirre, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital feels the hospital was not adequately to handle an infected patient, or protect their employees from the virus; and, "Leaf-peepers" flock to New England to see the colors of Autumn on display. Vermont officials say a good foliage season is big business for the local economy.
One castaway contemplates throwing an Immunity Challenge to rid their tribe of the weaker players. However, their thirst for power could result in a shocking blindside. (TV-PG L)
As officials struggle to fight the Ebola outbreak, the World Health Organization said that West Africa could be facing as many as 10,000 new cases of the virus each week; and, Fifty years ago Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. won the Nobel Peace Prize. CBS News' Dean Reynolds finds his legacy is strong in Chicago, where a history teacher has been inviting marchers from the past to talk to students of the present.
A Dallas neighborhood is on edge after Nina Pham, a nurse who helped care for Thomas Eric Duncan, tested positive for Ebola; and, For troubled teens trying to get their lives back on track, the National Guard's Youth Challenge Academy may be their last chance to turn their lives around.
Cora, an eight-year-old Dobie mix, gets a new shot at life when potential owner, Nikki, decides to adopt a senior dog. But will Cora be able to shed a lifetime of bad habits to make way for a new talent? (TV-G)
Host Mo Rocca shows us: The creator of the Pop Singer’s best friend, Autotune. Rosa Parks and the bus that changed the world of race relations. Aging Software can show you what your kids will look like as grown-ups. Skimming the plastics from our oceans. (TV-G)
Chef Vikki and Chef Richard go head to head to see who can slash the most fat and calories from the Jones family's Fried Fish and Chips, while staying true to the taste they love. (TV-G)
World Cup superstar Tim Howard enters the high-tech sports lab and tries to recreate some of his record setting saves; One-on-one with Lakers' new head coach Byron Scott; NFL running back Derrick Coleman’s inspiring journey from a deaf child to Super Bowl champion. (TV-G)
The latest on the fight against ISIS and the efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak, with CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, and others.
The Race makes its first-ever visit to the Shetland Islands in Scotland, where teams must corral an unruly flock of sheep down a winding obstacle course. (TV-PG L)
The death of Thomas Eric Duncan sheds light on serious flaws in the U.S. healthcare system. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital released him when he first showed up with a fever and stomach pains, even though he told a nurse he'd come from West Africa; and, Research shows that those who have a penchant for domestic violence were likely abused themselves.
A showdown pits father against son and puts their relationship to the test. Meanwhile, former MLB player John Rocker is confronted about his controversial past during a combative Immunity Challenge. (TV-PG L)
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