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The emergency room doctor who mistakenly sent home the first domestic Ebola patient says he believes Thomas Eric Duncan got "appropriate" care.
Four people, including a baby, were killed Sunday in a New Jersey blaze that ripped through three homes and left another person missing.
Three people, including a baby, were killed Sunday in a New Jersey blaze that ripped through three homes and left another two people missing.
Klain was named Ebola Czar in October to coordinate federal agencies' efforts in fighting the deadly virus.
A Coast Guard helicopter crew medevacs a 48-year-old woman from the cruise ship Carnival Dream near Louisiana, Saturday. The woman was reportedly unconscious and suffering from kidney related issues. She is reportedly in stable condition in a New Orleans hospital.
Guests complained of dizziness and nausea from chlorine gas in the Hyatt Regency O'Hare. Detectives are investigating the matter as a criminal act.
Berkeley Police said at least two officers were injured when protesters hurled bricks and smoke grenades at cops.
Kimberly Thompson was kicked off welfare because the state of Ohio said she failed to look for a job while she was in a coma for nearly a month due to complications from a hysterectomy.
Miami Police said 21-year-old street artist Delbert Rodriguez Gutierrez, who goes by the name "Demz," was hit while running from officers.
No injuries were reported and neither party wished to press charges.
A San Mateo County Superior Court judge Friday issued a final ruling affirming that a Silicon Valley entrepreneur must reopen a popular beach.
Two tractor trailers and a car were engulfed in flames after the wreck on Interstate 78 in New Jersey Saturday, officials said.
Michael Cattron III died early Saturday after being shot by a cousin playing with a gun in the west suburbs of Chicago Friday.
Prosecutors charged a man with first-degree murder after a hit-and-run accident killed a 15-year-old boy.
Garner's mother said she was moved by the thousands across the country who have demonstrated after the grand jury's controversial decision.
Gurley, 28, was in a dark stairwell in Brooklyn when he was shot dead by a rookie police officer, in what police called a tragic accident.
The LAPD says a suspect was armed with a knife when he was shot dead by police not far from the popular tourist destination in Hollywood
The poisoning happened in a recording studio in a multi-use office space in Passaic, New Jersey, Saturday, authorities said.
The message "Quran is a virus woreste (sic) than Ebola" was written on an SUV cops say was used to run over a teen outside a mosque in Kansas City.
Advocates outraged by a grand jury's decision not to indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner want Congress to address grand juries.