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A 21-day monitoring period ends for dozens of people who had close contact with Ebola patient.
Lawyers for Jamshid Muhtorov say they need to know government's surveillance methods.
Search parties were already using cadaver dogs trying to locate Kimara Hughey.
Instructions detail how to use protective garb and equipment.
Notorious serial killers in recent U.S. history
The disease continues to spread rapidly in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
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Hammond police say Darren Deon Vann told officers he 'messed up.'
Police say Darren Vann could be responsible for many more homicides.
Authorities say victim had arranged to sell his expensive German car through Criagslist
The U.S. begins airdrops to get supplies to Kurdish fighters in Kobani, Syria.
It appears to be the ride known as the "Dizzy Dragon."
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talks women and raises with USA TODAY
Dwight PInk Jr. says in lawsuit that prison guards used policy to deny him an art book.
Man is accused of kidnapping estranged girlfriend from her home and fatally shooting her.
Two ministers were among five women prime minister named to his Cabinet in a reshuffle early last month.
Last month was the warmest September ever recorded, scientists announced.
George H.W. Bush objects to new Democratic Senate ad in Georgia using his image.
Dario Guerrero Meneses was granted a visa in Tijuana early Monday.
The Supreme Court has restricted searches involving cellphones, GPS and drug-sniffing dogs.