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Pakistan's Taliban has submitted its own English-language magazine to the pile of jihadi militant periodicals.
From the quarantine controversy for Ebola health care workers to the lava threatening a Hawaiian community, see the stories we're following.
Nurse Kaci Hickox, who remains symptom-free after treating Ebola patients in West Africa, tells TODAY's Matt Lauer she won't obey Maine’s quarantine order.
Women's basketball is gaining in popularity in Saudi Arabia, a kingdom rife with public restrictions on female movement and activity.
The underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has now covered an area five times the size of Lake Tahoe, officials said Wednesday.
A substitute teacher in a Chicago suburb is being accused of using a racial slur when speaking to a group of eighth graders.
Gregory Lewis of Southbridge, Massachusetts, was wanted for child rape and other charges. He was arrested in New York, authorities say.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf tells NBC News' Chris Jansing that mandatory quarantines are an overreaction due to fear.
“When I saw the X-ray, I thought the staff was playing a joke on me,” veterinarian Dr. Don Harris said.
Georgia has the highest unemployment rate in the country. That's the backdrop for two surprisingly competitive races for Senate and for governor
No systems have been damaged, but some in the Executive Office of the President have limited connectivity after suspicious activity was detected.
A Connecticut dad filed a federal lawsuit saying his third grade daughter was unfairly suspended from school amid Ebola fears over a trip to Nigeria.
The Kansas City Royals went up big and early on the San Francisco Giants to force a World Series Game 7.
Two sources confirmed the investigator in charge of the Homeland Security review of the Secret Service scandal faced prostitution claims of his own.
The deaths in a Secatogue, Long Island, home and also on the nearby Long Island Rail Road tracks are being investigated as a murder-suicide.
Las Vegas Metro Police said the injury to the former baseball star's left hand was "serious" but it there is no criminality involved.
The Marysville Pilchuck High School cafeteria, where a freshman killed two students and himself last week, could be remodeled or "repurposed."
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office says an off-duty officer accidentally shot himself in the groin at an area gun range Monday.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf also expressed concern about the stigmatizing of Liberians living abroad.
Peter Guber says he meant to say "Yiddish" as a language he planned to learn in the future in an email.