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Forty-three people who had contact with a deceased patient were cleared of risk and health officials declared Nigeria free of the disease.
A convicted sex offender suspected of murdering at least seven women may be a serial killer, police said Monday.
The move from a 5 percent down payment could increase the ability of creditworthy but cash-strapped consumers to become homeowners.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Interior Department are considering a combination of regulations and voluntary programs.
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Gubernatorial candidates are eager for the star power he still brings when it comes to firing up the core constituencies in the party.
A government official said revised guidance instructs health workers treating Ebola patients to wear protective gear "with no skin showing.
And the Pentagon announced it was forming a team to assist medical staff in the U.S., if needed.
Nuclear proponents say that extending plants’ lifetimes is more economical than building new plants. But the idea is striking.
When young college graduates decide where to move, they are not just looking at the usual suspects.
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Pittsburgh finished with 10,404 votes to Scranton's 8,748 to win by a margin of 54 percent in the Gawker.com contest.
The measures can be used in the November elections.
He urged Americans not to give into “hysteria” as Republicans question his newly appointed czar.
The Putnam County residents were in contact with the Texas nurse being treated for the disease.
The policeman who fatally shot an unarmed teen in a St. Louis suburb in August said he was pinned in his vehicle as they struggled over his
The database was established after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012.
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The for-profit education company has not seen profits in the last three years.
Fla. man gets life in prison in loud music killing, in a case that to some mirrored the Trayvon Martin case.
It’s a trade-off, insurers say, for keeping premiums for the marketplace plans relatively low.
But legal challenges could stall the roll-out.
Support for the ballot initiative is uniting billionaires on opposite ends of the political spectrum.
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Rep. Tim Murphy of Upper St. Clair was among Republicans who noted Mr. Klain’s lack of a medical background.
The president says imposing a travel ban from disease-ravaged West Africa, as Republicans have demanded, would be counterproductive.
Lawmakers grilled a top federal health official who refused to say whether the Obama administration is considering such restrictions.
On social media, on cable television, in political campaigns and at work, discussion is increasingly centered on Ebola.
Ebola patient Amber Joy Vinson visited relatives, three of whom are Kent State administrators, in the Akron area.
Agency director James Comey warned that Americans would see cases in which murderers, rapists and terrorists could more easily elude
In some respects, the rapid weight-loss regimen tested in the study worked better than its slow-but-steady counterpart.
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Ebola patient Amber Vinson may have been experiencing symptoms the day she traveled from Dallas to Cleveland on her way to plan her wedding.
Federal health officials will be questioned by lawmakers at a congressional hearing into their response to the Ebola outbreak.
The nurse, Amber Joy Vinson, was visiting family in the Akron area from last Friday to Monday.
So, is this the end of pay-TV as we know it? As many as 10 million U.S. households are now broadband-only.
Top public health officials defended their actions as public unease grew over the possibility of the deadly virus spreading widely here.
The Labor Department says weekly applications fell 23,000 to a seasonally adjusted 264,000, the lowest level since April 2000.
The Ohio River Bridges project is an American anomaly that has the potential to become a model.
For Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, the last 2½ weeks have been a nightmare.
Dozens of Harvard Law School faculty members say the rules violate basic principles of fairness and would do more harm than good.
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The experts had warned that fighting Ebola is hard, and Wednesday’s drumbeat of bad news proved them correct.
Toyota said it was not aware of any crashes, injuries or deaths resulting from the defects.
Nurses say they were forced to use tape to secure openings in flimsy garments as they cared for a patient with explosive diarrhea, vomiting
The problem on the flight from San Francisco to Dallas began shortly after takeoff Monday afternoon.
It was the most notorious spy case of the Cold War, and it rested largely on the testimony of Ethel Rosenberg’s brother, David Greenglass.
The move may let 13 facilities reopen while raising questions about similar rules in other states.
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The bus carrying between 50 and 60 people crashed on Interstate 65 when its driver apparently swerved to avoid a minor crash, police said.