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ISIS released a video Friday showing the execution of British aid worker Alan Henning. U.K. and U.S. leaders vowed to bring the group to justice.
Federal health experts issued another call for doctors and hospitals to be on the lookout for a mysterious symptom that causes muscle weakness.
Imagery from a NASA satellite project paints a picture of California drought stretching back a dozen years, according to scientists.
Police think that the 31-year-old survivalist will soon run out of food, which may bring him out into the open as he searches for something to eat.
Rumors that the Supreme Leader's month-long vanishing act signals a coup or a power shuffle are likely false, experts say.
After reversing her stance on paying her book tour warm up acts, writer and actress Lena Dunham headlines the latest episode of This Week in Schadenfreude.
Despite new tests showing no bacteria in an upscale Seattle suburb's water supply, boil orders and restaurant closures remained in effect.
In brain scans of mothers looking at pictures of their dogs and their own children, the same areas of the brain were activated.
Pro-democracy campaigners called off negotiations with Hong Kong's leader on Friday, less than a day after he agreed to open talks.
Ashoka Mukpo is the fifth American diagnosed with Ebola after contracting it while working in Liberia. Friends say he has a passion for the country.
State and federal health officials have cut down the list of people who may have been in direct contact with Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan.
Marriott was hit with a $600,000 fine for blocking access to personal Wi-Fi hotspots at one of its hotels.
Indonesian police say the man accused of killing his girlfriend's mother in Bali was enraged after the Chicago woman used a racial slur.
The Pentagon is now preparing to send up to 3,600 U.S. military personnel into West Africa to aid in the fight against the Ebola outbreak.
We can add another one to the list of Vice President Joe Biden's foot in mouth moments after his latest at Harvard College this week.
The Prime Minister of Canada announced on Friday that Canada will join in the fight against ISIS.
Watch as search teams conduct door-to-door searches and sweeps of dense forest, armed with assault rifles and night-vision goggles.