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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.

File photo: NBA Commissioner Adam Silver writes New York Times op-ed endorsing legalized gambling on pro sports in all states

NBA Commish: Allow legal sports betting

Right now betting on the NBA is only legal in Las Vegas but in an op-ed piece posted to the New York Times website silver said the United States government should allow sports gambling everywhere.

He said:

Kirk Cameron's new movie "Saving Christmas" is out now

Does Christmas need saving? Kirk Cameron says yes

What does 'Christmas' mean to you?

Actor Kirk Cameron tells HLN's Robin Meade that a lot of people feel like "Christmas has been hijacked." He says he has friends who are afraid to wish other people "Merry Christmas." Cameron also says there are even some who believe the holiday should be scrapped entirely because the focus has been taken off Jesus and put on Santa.

File photo: Nebraska Medical Center where a 3rd Ebola patient is expected to arrive for treatment this weekend

Another Ebola patient being brought to U.S.

A surgeon infected with Ebola is expected to arrive in the U.S. on Saturday from West Africa if he's stable enough to be transported.

Dr. Martin Salia is a citizen of Sierra Leone and a permanent resident in the U.S. He'll most likely be taken to the Nebraska medical center, which has treated two other Ebola patients, including an NBC cameraman who was released last month.

File photo: Surgeon infected with Ebola is expected to be the 3rd patient treated for the disease at Nebraska Medical Center

Daily speed feed: Friday, November 14, 2014

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

Ebola patient expected in U.S. tomorrow (KETV)
- Surgeon infected with disease in West Africa

"Rosewater" directed by The Daily Show's Jon Stewart opens in theaters this weekend

Jon Stewart turns off the satire for 'Rosewater'

For fifteen years, Jon Stewart has been ripping apart the media and mocking politicians as host of "The Daily Show."

But, you may remember he took a 12-week sabbatical from hosting the show last year to direct a movie. Now you can see the end result of that that break from the Daily Show desk. His film “Rosewater” comes out this weekend.

Bombing survivor 'breaks-up' with injured leg

Bombing survivor 'breaks-up' with injured leg

A survivor of the Boston marathon bombing, wrote a 'breakup letter' to her leg, just before she had it amputated.

Rebekah DiMartino has had 17-surgeries to try and save her leg, but she said it never really got better so she and her doctors decided to go ahead and amputate it.

Arkansas governor to pardon his own son

Arkansas governor to pardon his own son

Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe says he plans to pardon his own son, Kyle, for his 2003 felony marijuana possession conviction.

Kyle Beebe wrote in his pardon application, "Mr. Governor, I am asking for a second chance at life. I am asking for a second chance to be the man that I know that I can be."

Comet probe lands, but it's not secure

Scientists say the Philae probe that landed on a comet Wednesday is not as secure as they hoped.

According to the European Space Agency, the probe didn't fire the harpoons that were supposed to hold it in place, so it bounced three times when it landed. The drills on the lander's feet also don't seem to have worked.

Amateur video shows Anti-American protesters attacking U.S. Sailors in Turkey

U.S. Sailors attacked in Turkey

Anti-American protesters shouted "Yankee, go home" as they attacked three U.S. Sailors in turkey and put plastic bags over their heads.

The whole thing was caught on camera yesterday in Istanbul.

Turkish activists attack U.S. Sailors

Daily speed feed: Thursday, November 13, 2014

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

Frantic 911 calls in Marysville HS shooting (KIRO)
- Five students were shot on Oct. 24