Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf tells NBC News’ Chris Jansing that mandatory quarantines are an overreaction due to fear.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf talks to NBC News' Chris Jansing about the stigma attached to Ebola.
A sheriff responding to a domestic dispute in Michigan finds a mentally disabled teen locked inside a cage. WEYI's Nicky Zizaza reports.
AutoNation is the largest car dealership chain in the U.S..
Tens of thousands of protesters have marched against a plan by the Hungarian government to tax Internet use from 2015.
The key to success with executing these procedures is to understand its unique drawbacks and to implement the strategy correctly in the appropriate market conditions.
Shares of engine maker Cummins rose Tuesday after the company reported strong third-quarter results and raised its revenue forecast for the year.
Plan on paying in stores with your shiny new iPhone 6? Not so fast.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., gave an impassioned endorsement of senator Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., on Tuesday’s The View.
The narcotic drug morphine is not the best choice for pain relief in kids with broken bones, a new study suggests.
AT&T is back in the government's crosshairs.
A police officer in Texas is accused of pulling over a female driver and asking to smell and lick her feet in lieu of a citation.
Daily highs to drop by 20 degrees
The NTSB found an undiagnosed sleep disorder and an abrupt shift change caused the deadliest of five accidents in a year.
King Tutankhamun's golden, mummified remains tell only a partial story of an ancient Egyptian boy king who died under mysterious circumstances.