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Gregory Jean Jr., 13, was found after his mother called 911, saying son was held against his will.
70% of Ebola patients are now being treated and 70% of burials are being conducted safely.
At least 54 people are missing and one person has been confirmed killed.
Melissa Etheridge's comments on breast cancer genes are challenged by doctors and patients.
Bob and Maureen McDonnell were convicted in September on public corruption charges.
Federal funding bill tops Congress' to-do list.
Washington State University researchers plan to finish lab testing this year.
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Groups are already starting to help undocumented immigrants find the records they need.
Protesters say they want to hear directly from UAB President Ray Watts about the fate of the school program.
Heavy rain and snow will fall in California over the next few days.
Texas native died in August. Apache Corp. says the hijacking remains under investigation.
FBI bulletin urges military to be cautious regarding possible ISIL online threat.
A manhunt for the killer was underway.
Police group to NFL: Cops, supporters buy advertiser's products, not 'violent thugs'
Negotiators hope to reach a landmark climate agreement before next year's meeting in Paris.
We've seen the future, and it's printed bacon.
NTSB cited manufacturer GS Yuasa for defects allowing debris and wire wrinkling in batteries