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Nina Pham, the first nurse infected with Ebola while treating a dying patient in Dallas, is now free of the virus.
A Jewish women's rights group smuggled a holy scroll to Jerusalem's Wailing Wall to pray, in contravention to the rules governing the holy site.
Speaking for the first time since the release of dash-cam video showing him being shot at a gas station by a state trooper during a traffic stop, Levar Jones said he still refuses to watch the footage.
A reality-TV show put Sen. Martin Heinrich, a Democrat, and Sen. Jeff Flake, a Republican, together on a North Pacific island for seven days.
Amid the flags and flowers left outside of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo’s family home in Hamilton, Ontario, two dogs peek out from under the gate.
A business owner in India has set a new standard for Diwali gift-giving, rewarding over a thousand employees with jewelry, houses, and cars.
A man whose walk into work is interrupted by cops mistaking him for a fugitive got thousands of dollars in donations — and an offer for a cheap car.
The figure was transcribed incorrectly from what he reported on Thursday morning, Dr. Mary Travis Bassett, the city health commissioner, told MSNBC.
The New York doctor diagnosed with Ebola was risking his life “to help others” with the virus, the NBC freelancer who survived the disease said.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he's "as confident as one can be" about the protocols taken by health care workers handling the newest Ebola patient.
American universities produce most of the world's billionaires, a new study shows.
The U.K.'s Queen Elizabeth II sent her first personal tweet Friday, signing off her inaugural social message "Elizabeth R."
Barbara Winters, who tried to save Cpl. Nathan Cirillo after he was shot in Ottawa, told him he was a "brave man, he was a good man, and he was loved."
The officer was taken to a hospital in serious condition after the 2 p.m. attack in Queens, which left a suspect shot dead by police.
The party that wins the wildly close Senate race here will very likely control the chamber next year.
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong plan to hold a spot referendum Sunday on whether to stay in the streets or accept offers for more talks.
Reaction to the news that a doctor tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus in New York was met with indifference to wariness over subway commutes.