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A new map of Earth's ocean floor reveals towering volcanoes, hidden gashes where supercontinents ripped apart and other never-before-seen features.
Children showered Thomas Edward Duncan with hugs and kisses the weekend he fell ill with the virus, a relative says.
Thomas Eric Duncan's mother says in a video message she's sure God will find a way for them to see each other again.
Joe Carbone was a New York kid who loved trouble and hated school. But he caught a break as a teen: he had his eyes tested and got glasses.
A federal appeals court allowed Texas to begin enforcing tough new abortion restrictions while it considers a challenge to the sweeping law.
Disease detectives are casting a wide net in trying to track down anyone who might have been exposed to Ebola from a patient in Dallas.
The only two places left in the running to host 'the Olympics no one seems to want' are Beijing and a resort in Kazakhstan.
Josh Muravchik, of the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins, and Phyllis Bennis, of the Institute for Policy Studies, debate whether the UN is still necessary.
A line of powerful thunderstorms rumbled across the middle of the country Thursday, grounding flights in Chicago and Dallas.
A complaint filed with the federal government alleges guards and staff at a Karnes City, Texas detention center have sexually abused immigrant women.
JPMorgan Chase disclosed to the SEC that a security breach this summer affects some 76 million households and 7 million small businesses.
On a questionnaire obtained by The Associated Press, Thomas Eric Duncan said he had not had contact with anyone infected by the disease.
It's "highly unlikely" that Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan would be prosecuted under U.S. law for not telling airlines he might be seriously ill.
Teresa and Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice are scheduled to be sentenced Thursday on conspiracy and bankruptcy fraud charges in federal court in Newark.
Without enough haz-mat suits to go around, charities are shipping household items out to West Africa to protect people against transmission of the deadly virus.
All are from model years 2013 or 2014 and includes certain models of Chevrolet Tahoes and Suburbans and Cadillac CTS and Escalades, among others.
A Liberian taxi driver told NBC News about the U.S. Ebola patient's taxi ride with a pregnant victim.
A report about the discovery of dungeons that once held the real-life "Dracula" has sparked a buzz on the Internet — plus follow-up questions.
Alton Nolen is accused of beheading one co-worker with a vegetable knife and stabbing another one repeatedly after getting suspended from his job.