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Maine Health Commissioner Mary Mayhew said the state will seek a court order mandating that a nurse recently returned from Africa obey a quarantine.
Local celebrity and TV pitchman Dell Schanze, 45, faces up to $100,000 in fines and more than a year in jail for allegedly harassing a migratory bird.
A new Major League Baseball World Series Champion will be crowned tonight as the San Francisco Giants take on the Kansas City Royals in Game Seven.
Pomona, Calif., police officer Shaun Diamond was part of sweep aimed at preventing reprisals for freeway attacks on Mongols gang members.
Humanetics, the maker of the dummies, will be making a version weighing over 270 pounds because its CEO says obese people are more likely to die in a crash.
This week's Antares rocket explosion demonstrates the wisdom of NASA's reliance on multiple commercial spaceship operators, experts say.
John Kellett’s incredible invention which was installed earlier this year has already pulled thousands of pounds of trash out of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and could be the solution for cleaning trash pollution in waterways around the world.
Close to 50 volunteers have come back safe and well from the Ebola hot zone in West Africa, aid agencies tell NBC News
Not one to shy away from a confrontation, the New Jersey governor had choice words for a man protesting what he claimed was the slow pace of recovery.
British and US officials say the flow of foreign fighters into Syria is increasing, and is greater than the flow into Afghanistan before 9/11.
The explosion of an unmanned Antares rocket bound for the space station taught a hard lesson to students whose experiments were on board.
An in-depth look at the patients in the current Ebola epidemic provides some important clues about how the virus kills. Hint: It's not bleeding.
On Wednesday afternoon, President Obama delivered remarks at a White House event with American health care workers fighting Ebola.
"There's only one person: Denzel," the outgoing Attorney General quipped when asked at the Washington Ideas Forum Wednesday.
Twelve percent of the nation’s top colleges and universities have tanning beds on campus, according to a new report.