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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Rashad McCants, Fmr. UNC Basketball Star

UNC player: 'I clearly didn't go to any classes'

For 18 years, the University of North Carolina may have allowed students, mostly athletes, to take sham classes to bump up their grades.

HLN Bleacher Report anchor Brian McFayden has more on the new independent report that could cost the school 3 national basketball titles.

Canadian PM: Attacker is a 'terrorist'

Canadian PM: Attacker is a 'terrorist'

The shooting death of a Canadian soldier and the attack on that country's Parliament is not officially being called an act of terrorism, but Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is calling the gunman a "terrorist."

Read more: Live timeline: Canada Parliament shootings

Dogs stop another White House fence jumper

Dogs stop another White House fence jumper

Two police dogs took down a man who climbed over the White House fence on Wednesday, according to the U.S. Secret Service.

Officials said Dominic Adesany kicked and punched the dogs before Secret Service agents tackled him. The dogs were injured and had to be taken to a vet.

'The claw' draws toddler into toy machine

'The claw' draws toddler into toy machine

A toddler apparently found the toys in the claw game machine a little too tempting.

Colin Lambert went with his grandmother Tuesday to a laundromat in Tennessee. His grandmother says she was distracted by a text message and when she looked up, it was too late! He had found his way inside the machine.

A Canadian soldier was shot and killed as he and another soldier stood guard at Canada's Parliament war memorial Wednesday. Details are emerging as authorities try to secure the government building in Ottawa

Daily speed feed: Thursday, October 23, 2014

Today's must-see, must-share stories as seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

Canadian PM: 'Terrorist' murdred soldier 'in cold blood' (CNN)
- Sources: Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was the suspected gunman

No prank: Elevator doors open to brick wall

No prank: Elevator doors open to brick wall

A group of people got trapped on an elevator in Shenzhen, China Saturday, and when the doors opened, they were staring at a brick wall!

CNN International's, Kristie Lu Stout reports in order to get out, they chiseled a hole through it!

Actor Josh Duhamel stars in "You're Not You" with Hilary Swank

Josh Duhamel's acts of kindness

Actor Josh Duhamel is using his fame to bring light to some serious issues. 

He's involved in Project Sunlight, a nationwide project to end child hunger. 

Audio of the aftermath of an altercation involving Bristol Palin

New audio: Inside the Palin family brawl

Remember that huge fight Sarah Palin's family got into back in September?

Now police in Alaska have released the audio tapes from that night and they are full of profanity.

Gavin Seim pulls over police officer for driving an unmarked car on traffic duty

Citizen lets cop off with a warning

A guy in Washington State pulled over a cop and and threatened to write him up because, he said, the deputy was breaking the law.

Gavin Seim, who calls himself a constitutional activist and a "liberty speaker," says the officer was driving an unmarked car to make traffic stops, but in Washington, cops can only drive unmarked cars while working undercover.

OMAHA, NEBRASKA - OCTOBER 6: An ambulance carrying an American freelance cameraman who contracted Ebola in Liberia, Ashoka Mukpo, arrives at the Nebraska Medical Center October 6, 2014 in Omaha, Nebraska.

NBC photojournalist 'Ebola free'

Hospital officials said a NBC photojournalist no longer has Ebola and will get to go home on Wednesday.

Ashoka Mukpo, who was infected while doing freelance work in Liberia. tweeted Tuesday:

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