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Passengers arriving in Atlanta, New York, Washington and Chicago will have their temperature taken and fill out questionnaires.
John Kerry said that “as horrific as it is to watch in real time what's happening in Kobani, its also important to remember you have to step back."
Pope Francis has convened a high-level meeting to review the church's policies on marriage and the family, with surprising results.
A Connecticut man was attacked and robbed at his apartment — and police said a woman the victim met through an online dating Web site was involved.
Only 15 percent of Americans say they’re following election news “very closely,” and nearly one-in-four saying they’re not paying attention at all.
Do you or your kids play on synthetic turf fields made of recycled tires? If so, share your experience and any health concerns you may have.
Former President Bill Clinton acknowledged Wednesday that his wife's possible presidential run has somewhat censored the normally candid politician.
Kennedy granted a request from state officials to put a temporary hold on the appeals court ruling that struck down Idaho's ban on same-sex marriage.
The body of the third U.S. airman swept away while taking photos of Typhoon Phanfone was recovered on Wednesday, the U.S. Air Force said.
Ashoka Mukpo’s family told NBC News on Wednesday that Dr. Kent Brantly was contacted after officials realized their blood types matched.
A U.S. Air Force F-15 fighter jet crashed during a training exercise in England Thursday but the pilot ejected safely, defense officials said.
The body of a pilot who died fighting a fire in Yosemite National Park will be recovered Wednesday morning, Cal Fire said at a news conference.
An officer with the NYPD and a New York State Trooper are facing multiple charges after an investigation into the April 2014 sexual assault.
Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has died, the Dallas hospital reports.
A student leader who helped spark Hong Kong's demonstrations has promised a long-term fight against Beijing despite a drop-off in protester numbers.
The full moon turned red for half of the world during Wednesday's lunar eclipse.
World Bank says the economic impact in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone was already serious and would grow if the disease spreads.
British tourist Ray Cole told of his “horrendous” ordeal after spending 20 days in jail in Morocco for being gay.