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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.

Photo of Kaci Hickox in isolation unit after being quarantined for suspected ebola - taken by her attorney

Nurse: 'I don't plan on sticking to the guidelines'

The nurse who demanded she be taken out of quarantine in New Jersey, says she won't isolate herself at her home in Maine, either.

Kaci Hickox told NBC's 'Today' that she's appalled by the whole thing.

COSTCO says it will be closed on Thanksgiving

Costco bucks Black Friday creep

If you're planning to do some of your “Black Friday” shopping on Thanksgiving Day, you won't be able to do it at Costco!

Money expert Jennifer Westhoven says the workers at the warehouse wholesaler will be home with their families.

5-year-old Tito Velez and his girlfriend Jamie Pereira posed for a photo holding pellet guns and posted it on Facebook with the caption "Homecoming 2014." Both were suspended from school for 10 days

Students suspended for pellet gun Homecoming pic

Two high school students have been suspended for a photo of themselves holding pellet guns.  

15-year-old Tito Velez and his girlfriend Jamie Pereira posed for the photo right before a dance and posted it on Facebook with the caption:

File photo: Former big league baseball slugger Jose Canseco is recovering this morning, after accidentally shooting himself in the hand!

Jose Canseco shoots himself in the hand

Former big league baseball slugger Jose Canseco is recovering this morning, after accidentally shooting himself in the hand!

Canseco told police he was cleaning his gun when it went off in his Las Vegas home.

Paul Kitterman went missing from Mile High stadium. Has been found safe 100 miles away.

Missing Broncos fan found safe

A Denver Broncos fan, who disappeared from a game last week, was found safe Tuesday.

Paul Kitterman was found in a Kmart parking lot in Pueblo, Colorado, about 100 miles from where he went missing.

File: (L to R) Melissa and Joan Rivers in NYC about 3 months before Joan Rivers' death

Melissa Rivers hires firm to investigate mom's death

Joan Rivers' daughter has hired one of New York City’s top medical malpractice lawyers to investigate the comedian's death.

According to the law firm, Melissa Rivers asked them to look into "the facts and circumstances" surrounding the medical procedure that led to her mom's death on September 4th.

An unmanned NASA-contracted rocket exploded in midair early Tuesday evening, producing huge flames and loud booms along the eastern Virginia coast but no injuries or deaths.

Raw video: Rocket explodes seconds after launch

A NASA-contracted rocket carrying experiments and supplies destined for the International Space Station exploded Tuesday evening just seconds after liftoff from the Wallops Flight Facility on the Virginia coast.

The rocket was unmanned and there have been no injuries reported to people on the ground but the spacecraft and rocket alone are valued at over $200 million dollars.

An unmanned NASA rocket exploded early Tuesday October, 28, 2014. According to NASA, the Orbital Sciences Corp.'s Antares rocket and Cygnus cargo spacecraft were set to launch at 6:22 p.m. ET. It was set to carry some 5,000 pounds of supplies and experiments to the International Space Station. No loss of life occurred in the failed NASA rocket launch Tuesday, a spokesman for the agency told CNN.

Daily speed feed: Wednesday, October 29, 2014

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

Rocket explodes seconds after launch (NASA)
- Unmanned craft was carrying supplies to the ISS

A Chesterfield couple say they were nearly kicked off of a plane in the Dominican Republic, all because of their crying toddler.

Parents: Crying toddler got us escorted off plane

A family says police escorted them off a Frontier Airlines plane because of their crying son.

Leo and Regina Khalfin said their 2-year-old son, Sam, had a meltdown before takeoff, but they claimed he eventually calmed down. However, during the flight from the Dominican Republic to St. Louis, Sam got upset again during turbulence.

CDC revamps Ebola guidelines

CDC revamps Ebola guidelines

People most at risk for Ebola should avoid large crowds, skip the subway and may be added to a "do not board" travel list.         

Those are just a few of the CDC's new recommendations for state and local governments.

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