MORNING BRIEFING: Ebola in New York, but keep it in perspective



Spokane Police complain that youth treatment center Excelsior calls for help too often. (SR)

Coeur d'Alene hasn't yet cited anyone under its controversial anti-discrimination law, but the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations says it's working. (CdA Press)

A man has been arrested for allegedly running over and killing his friend while drunk. (KXLY)

There's a prosthetic leg in the Riverfront Park lost and found. (KHQ)


Ebola has arrived in New York, but keep the threat, and how much worse it is in West Africa, in perspective. You're more likely to die from a bee sting. And with two nurses being declared virus-free, that means this in the only confirmed case in the country. (NYT/NPR/WaPo)

Yazidis, a religious minority in northern Iraq, are still displaced with nowhere to go. (AlJazeera)

The gunman in this week's Ottawa shooting may have had connections to jihadists. (CNN)

A newly released report says Monica Lewinsky was mistreated by authorities during their investigation of her relationship with Bill Clinton. (WaPo)