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A tropical storm watch was canceled for Oahu, the most populous island, but a flash-flood warning remained in place.
The Denver Broncos play the San Francisco 49ers, with Petyon Manning three touchdown passes away from the NFL record for all-time touchdown passes.
Scientists say the erectile dysfunction pill is not only good for your sex life — it’s good for your heart.
82-year-old Elizabeth Laird received the Yellow Rose of Texas for her comforting hugs to Fort Hood soldiers.
“She has not and would not knowingly expose herself or anyone else,” the family said in a statement.
The Pentagon says it will train a medical support team to give immediate aid to civilian health professionals in the U.S. if more Ebola cases arise.
Gunfire broke out between two groups arguing outside a Southern California Chuck E. Cheese on Saturday night, officials said.
Spain says a test has shown a nursing assistant who became infected with Ebola is now clear of all traces of the virus.
The woman was about eight feet down the chimney, and rescuers had to dismantle the brick structure to get to her.
Colorado cops are warning parents to keep an eye out for marijuana-laced candy in their children's trick-or-treat hauls this Halloween.
Reflecting on friend and co-star Elizabeth Peña, an emotional Esai Morales tells NBC the late actress stood out for her dignity as a Latina actress.
The CDC announced new Ebola protocols for health care workers including requiring all skin to be covered.
The end of a three-week watch period is an important marker in the battle to contain Ebola in the United States.
Authorities investigating Graham's disappearance were combing over a rural area Sunday where human remains were discovered the day before.
Despite heavy pollution blanketing Beijing on Sunday, an international marathon went ahead, with face masks used to battle the smog.
Students at a New Hampshire college cleaned up on Sunday — after a pumpkin festival turned into a riot, with dozens of people arrested and injured.
"Training and education programs had not been fully deployed before the virus struck," Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital admitted in a letter Sunday.
Anthony Banbury tells "Meet the Press" that the circumstances of the West Africa outbreak were unexpected.