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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.

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Another reason for men to 'heart' Viagra?

Could Viagra have some uses outside the bedroom?

Researchers say the little blue pill could improve how well your heart worksThey say that Viagra’s active ingredient apparently helped prevent the thickening of the heart's main pumping chamber in men, and it did not affect blood pressure.

 Pro-democracy protesters guard a barricade in anticipation of clashes with police on a street in Mong Kok on October 20, 2014 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Police have begun to take measures to remove the blockades put in place by pro democracy supporters following weeks of protests. Hong Kong's Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has set talks for October 21 between protest groups and government officials.

Dozens hurt in pro-democracy Hong Kong protests

Dozens of people were hurt in more protests in Hong Kong.

The clashes, now in their fourth week, appear to be getting more violent.

People stand atop an overturned car in Keene, N.H. on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, during a night of violent parties that led to destruction, dozens of arrests and multiple injuries, near the city's annual pumpkin festival. The parties around the school coincided with the annual Keene Pumpkin Festival, where the community tries to set a world record of the largest number of carved and lighted jack-o-lanterns in one place.

Riot breaks out at Pumpkin Fest

A riot broke out at a New Hampshire pumpkin festival over the weekend.

Dozens of people lit fires and threw rocks and pumpkins at police in riot gear.

Authorities looking for Hannah Graham found human remains Saturday on an abandoned property eight miles from where the University of Virginia student was last seen five weeks ago, police said. The entrance to the crime scene where the remains were found remained closed on Sunday afternoon

Remains found in search for Hannah Graham

We may learn Monday whether human remains found over the weekend are those of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.

Police in Virginia say a skull and bones were found behind a vacant house about eight miles from where Graham was last seen five weeks ago. They also found a pair of black pants similar to ones she was wearing.

Ebola virus

Daily speed feed: Monday, October 20, 2014

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

Ebola quarantine ends for dozens who had contact with Dallas victim (CNN)
- Louise Troh releases statement as her quarantine is set to end

L to R: HLN Bleacher Report anchor Brian McFayden, Ole Miss grad student Buckner Corso and Rebels Athletic Director Ross Bjork

The upside of tearing down the Ole Miss goal post

Ole Miss has to buy a new goal post and pay a $50,000 fine because fans rushed the field after the Rebels beat Alabama two weeks ago.

HLN’s Brian McFayden is at Ole Miss this morning with athletic director Ross Bjork and Buckner Corso, a student who's using pieces of the goal post to raise money for the repairs.

Oxford, Mississippi chef John Currence cooks up Black Eyed Peas (aka: Mississippi caviar) for HLN's Brian McFayden during the TUMS Ultimate Tailgate at Ole Miss

'Mississippi caviar' is not what you expect

The TUMS Ultimate Tailgate comes to Oxford, Mississippi, and "The Grove" at Ole Miss where tailgating can often include chandeliers, white linen service and crystal... so the food better be fancy enough to match!

That's why Chef John Currence is whipping up a game day delicacy known as "Mississippi caviar," but there's not a fish egg in sight. The secret ingredient in this dish: Black eyed peas!

Oxford, Mississippi chef John Currence cooks up shrimp and grits for HLN's Brian McFayden for the TUMS ultimate tailgate at 'The Grove'

Shrimp and grits in 'The Grove' at Ole Miss

We want to get you in the college football mood this morning!

And what’s a college tailgate without good food?!

File photo: In this handout provided by Carnival Cruise Lines, the new Carnival Magic is seen departing from port, after a nine-day inaugural cruise, May 3, 2011 in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Health worker monitored for Ebola on cruise

A passenger on a cruise ship near Belize has been voluntarily quarantined because the person may have handled lab specimens from Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of Ebola about a week ago, according to the U.S. State Department.

The U.S. State Department noted that the individual, who works at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, has not shown any symptoms of Ebola and warn the quarantine is only a precaution.

Jumping cub stuck in a dumpster!

Jumping cub stuck in a dumpster!

A bear cub is reunited with its mother after getting stuck in a dumpster, and it was all caught on camera.

The video shows a little bear jumping up and down on its back legs trying to climb out of a dumpster in Pasadena, California Thursday.