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The emergency medicine doctor at Columbia University-New York Presbyterian Hospital was working in Guinea with Doctors Without Borders.
U.S. teens are both victims and perpetrators in pervasively abusive dating practices, says new federal survey.
The agency warned it's not clear whether any of them will work against the deadly virus that has already killed more than 4,800 people.
Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Paul Allen pledges $100 million to Ebola flight.
White House fence-jumper had paranoid delusions and was arrested before at the executive mansion.
To hold their Senate majority, Democrats attack Republicans on diverse issues, but the GOP has just one counter-punch: blame President
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Dominic Adesanya of Bel Air, Md., was unarmed when he was arrested on the White House grounds and facing Secret Service dogs.
A physician with Doctors without Borders who recently returned from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola.
CDC to require arrivals from West African nations with Ebola to report temperatures and any other potential symptoms daily for three weeks.
The autopsy of a black teen’s body and grand jury testimony given by black witnesses reportedly back the white officer.
U.S. officials are trying to determine how the girls made it to Europe without anyone knowing before being sent home.
New voter-identification and similar laws passed by Republican-led legislatures seen as helping the party win in the mid-terms.
Participants further cloaked an already mysterious case involving the purchase of hundreds of unmarked rifle silencers for the military.
A former NHTSA administrator who now advocates for consumer safety calls the snafu “It’s a royal embarrassment.”
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It's the third year in a row the increase will be less than 2 percent.
The men claimed self-defense, but prosecutors argued they had shown “grave indifference” to the carnage their actions would cause.
U.S officials declined to give details on the release of American detainee Jeffrey Fowle.
Obama administration implements new screening process for travelers arriving to the U.S from West Africa.
Allegheny Health Network surgeon says CDC is ‘catching up.’
Automakers struggle to stock parts necessary to replace faulty parts.
A Florida mother launches petition to get the retailer to pull TV-inspired drug lord characters.
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The front-passenger air bag inflators at Toyota, Honda, Nissan, BMW, GM and Mazda are at risk of rupturing, NHTSA said.
With full backing from his publisher, Katharine Graham, Mr. Bradlee led The Post into the first rank of American newspapers.
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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