New U.S. airstrikes against ISIS include nine in Syria and three in Iraq, according to military officials as President Barack Obama met with high level military officials at the Pentagon Wednesday to discuss the U.S. strategy against ISIS.
The United States and its allies have made at least 271 airstrikes in Iraq and 116 in Syria.
The cost? More than $62 million for just the munitions alone.
The effect? Negligible, some say, particularly in Iraq as ISIS continues to gain ground.
Republican Congressman Buck McKeon is Chairman of House Armed Services Committee and he's OutFront.
Dallas County Sheriff's Deputy Michael Monnig has been transported to Texas Presbyterian Hospital with possible symptoms of Ebola. Officials say Monnig had visited the Dallas apartment where Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan had been staying.
Thomas Eric Duncan is now the first person to die from Ebola on U.S. soil, raising questions about the medical treatment he received.
David Mattingly has the latest.
Officials are taking new steps to prevent an Ebola outbreak in the United States. Five major U.S. airports will begin additional screening for passengers arriving from Ebola stricken areas of West Africa, even taking everyone's temperatures.
CNN's Rene Marsh is OutFront from Washington's Dulles International Airport with the latest.
The FBI is now reviewing hundreds of tips in their manhunt for a masked terrorist who appears in an ISIS video speaking fluent English with a North American accent and apparently carrying out a mass shooting of Syrian soldiers.
Deborah Feyerick has this report.
You've seen him doing a lot of jobs people avoid - crawling through mines, swimming with sharks, even castrating sheep - but Mike Rowe joins the CNN family as the host of the new series "Somebody's Gotta Do it."
Erin Burnett spoke to him about the show and his controversial advice on achieving success.