Here’s what I’m reading up on this fine Friday morning:
- Doctors Without Borders physician Craig Allen Spencer, who arrived to the U.S. from Guinea one week ago, tests positive for Ebola in New York City.
- Deaths of migrants crossing the southern border drop to a 15-year low.
- In what would be the first trial of its kind, a Russian war veteran known as Irek Hamidullan, who is suspected to have fought with the Taliban, will be transferred from Afghanistan to the U.S. to face still-unknown charges.
- According to a new survey, more than 60 percent of all U.S. teens–across all genders, classes and races–report being victims or perpetrators of dating abuse.
- Despite a growth in revenue, mixed factors lead to an Amazon stock plunge.
- Did you miss the early internet, when users fixated on anonymous chatrooms? Not to worry, because Facebook’s trying to bring it back.
- Ken Burns’s "The Roosevelts" gets PBS record-high ratings.
- Did you forget to catch Thursday’s partial solar eclipse, or, like me, did clouds get in the way? Catch a video and some pretty gorgeous photos of it here.