The patient who became the first person diagnosed with Ebola
in the United States has been identified as a former chauffeur from Liberia who prayed with family members by phone today.
Sabrina Allen was 4 when she disappeared following a visit with her mother.
Judge tosses lawsuit over use of his nickname.
A person in Hawaii was placed in isolation after exhibiting possible symptoms consistent with Ebola, state health officials confirmed.
After seeking care, the patient was sent home with antibiotics.
Health officials confirmed the first Enterovirus 68 death.
California community comes to grips with shooting death of mayor in fight with son and wife
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, who has been skewered by critics over the Sept. 19 White House security breach, has resigned, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Virginia State Police have already confirmed that they found "a new forensic link" between the 2009 murder of Morgan Harrington and the suspected abduction of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham after Jesse Matthew was arrested in her case.
White House waited too late to prioritize, critics argue.
Hong Kong protests cause short-term pain, longer-term risks for role as business hub
Danish lawmakers vote to send jet fighters to combat Islamic State militants
Man gets 30 years for plotting to detonate bomb at Portland, Oregon, Christmas tree event
Philips loses patent suit to US competitor Masimo Corp., will book $467 million charge
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Giants ride Bumgarner, Crawford into NLDS showdown with Nationals
Abby Wambach, players file lawsuit challenging artificial turf at 2015 Women's World Cup
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Dutch teenager Max Verstappen set to become youngest driver in F1
Police: Bomb hits passenger bus in northwest Pakistan, killing 7
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Kurdish fighters ready for street battles, say IS group closing in on Syrian border town
Kei Nishikori overpowers Donald Young to advance to quarterfinals at Japan Open
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The National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 begins.
Pro-democracy protests met by tough police response, bringing Hong Kong to standstill.
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