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Three people are sick with Ebola virus in Nigeria’s oil hub, Port Harcourt, WHO said Wednesday — a worrying sign of spread.
Dana Goldstein, author of The Teacher Wars, explains why teaching is one of the nation's most controversial jobs.
Two media requests seek any sealed criminal records for the 18-year-old shot by a police officer in Ferguson.
"The American people are so much stronger, so much more resolved than any enemy can fully understand," Biden said during an event in New Hampshire.
Comedian Joan Rivers has been moved out of intensive care and into a private room where "she is being kept comfortable," her daughter said Wednesday.
The Justice Department is investigating possible civil rights violations after the parish coroner ruled Victor White shot himself while handcuffed.
Dr. Kent Brantly, the doctor infected with Ebola while working in West Africa, says despite his clean bill of health, he's aware that the virus' stigma remains with him.
Brett and Naghmeh King were freed from jail after child cruelty charges were dropped. They were sought after taking their ill son out of hospital.
Pro-Russian rebels conquering territory in eastern Ukraine are fighting under a new flag that betrays their - and perhaps the Kremlin’s - ambitions.
Mixed martial arts fighter War Machine was ordered held without bail Wednesday on charges that he assaulted his porn-star ex-girlfriend in Las Vegas.
The Cowboys have scheduled a news conference to make it official that Sam, the NFL’s first openly gay player, has been added to the practice squad.
Nancy Writebol's heart sank when she learned her colleague had Ebola. A heartbeat later, she learned she had it, too.
A medical missionary group named the third American infected with Ebola in West Africa.
A medical missionary group named the third American infected with Ebola in West Africa. He is Dr. Rick Sacra.