U.S. ebola patient's nephew says he was the one who had to call the feds. (NBC News)
Koch group drops its guard in new attacks. (NY Times)
Voter registration surges in Ferguson, MO after Brown killing. (USA Today)
Grand jury considering the Ferguson shooting is being investigated for misconduct. (Washington Post)
Pres. Obama is in Illinois today to speak about the economy. (AP)
Hong Kong protesters face a tough choice as China draws a hard line. (NY Times)
Why Russia's president is "Putin the Great" in China. (Wall Street Journal)
What are you reading this morning? Let us know in the comments, please.