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President Obama talks with aides about national efforts to contain the Ebola virus.
AP exclusive: Firms with ties to agency's executive director awarded contracts worth millions of dollar.
Winemakers seeing benefits of severe drought.
Incinerated waste from Dallas' first Ebola victim are slated to be transported to landfill.
Stories about super-dogs and a poignant bucket list highlight the week's stories.
China thirsts for spectacle and sleight of hand.
Voters in the state are concerned about jobs, coal.
The untold story of the newlyweds, the business partners, the financial pressures and the drugs.
'I can't live in fear,' says one neighbor. Still, there's more hand-washing and caution.
U.S. District Judge Timothy Burgess said the ban violates the U.S. constitutional guarantee of due process and equal protection.
Peter Kassig, now known as Abdul-Rahman Kassig, was named as next target for beheading.
Police want to be prepared, but the protesters want the element of surprise.
Police responded to a report of a clown holding a firearm.
A woman who cared for Ebola patient Thomas Duncan tested positive for the virus.
LARC - long-acting reversible contraception - is not new but is gaining new interest.
The United States needs a single standard for Ebola response, experts say.
Domaine de Bargylus has not allowed the country's civil conflict stop production.
Money, geography, party politics decide environmental stances.
Dallas officials say they have no plans to euthanize the health worker's dog.
Crews worked around the clock to replace damaged equipment and keep planes flying around Chicago.