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Dr. Martin Salia left Saturday on a flight to the United States for treatment.
Four workers died inside the unit, and a fifth was transported to an area hospital.
About 240 people were lost in the wreck of the clipper ship New Era 160 years ago.
New Hampshire's Mount Washington is an extreme weather catchall and study in preparedness.
Experts say low reimbursements and restrictions on providers have hampered Medicare program.
The girl's father says, "She got shot in my arms."
Still, hard works remains to halt the spread of the deadly virus.
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Police say all injuries appeared to be inflicted by a handgun.
Everyone is buzzing about the case.
India and the European Union have already banned the sale of cosmetics tested on animals.
Police are canvassing the area for the suspect, who they say fled on foot in an unknown direction.
The move fits within a broader strategy of putting economic pressure on rebel-held areas.
That's according to EMS records, 911 calls, police radio conversations and police surveillance videos.
HealthCare.gov starts to experience problems within irst 12 hours.
Francis didn't refer to the Maynard case specifically.
State Department calls reports "preposterous."
The House approved a bill to authorize immediate construction of a controversial pipeline.
Report: Federal government uses spy planes to gather cell phone data of non-criminals
We didn't see it coming.