Texas Presbyterian Hospital "fell short" several times in treating Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, starting by not asking the right questions in the emergency room, the hospital's chief clinical officer, Dr. Daniel Varga, said in an interview with CNN.
A sexual harassment scandal in a football locker room has led a New Jersey high school to suspend the team's head coach and four of his assistants.
Three teenage girls who set out from a Denver suburb apparently bound for Syria to join extremists fighting there are back home, U.S. officials said.
The Great Lakes Exploration Group says it found Le Griffon, a 17th century shipwreck, in Lake Michigan. WLUK reports.
Democrat Charlie Crist debates Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott on CNN. Here's your recap in under 60 seconds.
The investigation of a man suspected in the deaths of at least seven women in northwest Indiana could expand to other states and stretch back decades, authorities said.
A sex offender told police he "messed up" by killing a woman, then came clean and led them to several more bodies, Police Chief John Doughty said. Text messages may have been his undoing.
Ben Bradlee, the former top editor of The Washington Post who oversaw the paper's coverage of the Watergate scandal, has died, the newspaper said Tuesday. He was 93.
Conflicting visions of how to bring about change marked the first meeting of pro-democracy protesters and Hong Kong government representatives Tuesday.
During the Florida Governor's debate, a discussion on minimum wage and increasing jobs led to a few testy exchanges.
Joseph Weisenthal, the executive editor of Business Insider, will join Bloomberg as the host of a daily TV show and managing editor of its website's markets coverage, the company announced on Tuesday.
A quiet lobbying campaign by a low-key man from Maine could determine which party controls the Senate next year.
Politicians are known for kissing babies, but a Chicago man's dig at the President shows this world leader can deliver on another level.
Up to three Ebola-infected travelers might board an international flight each month in West Africa, according to a new study, and potentially spread the deadly virus to other countries.
Freelance cameraman Ashoka Mukpo no longer has the Ebola virus in his bloodstream and will be allowed to leave Nebraska Medical Center, the hospital said Tuesday.