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President Obama seeks to promote manufacturing with a series of executive actions.
Those who buy insurance plans on the ACA exchanges can be problematic to doctors.
Iraqi officials say a suicide car bomber has struck a checkpoint.
Jaylen Fryberg shot five students in school's cafeteria before shooting himself.
Some homeowners rebuild, but many others are still in limbo
Last week of the 2014 campaign season gives Republicans cause for optimism.
People at high risk for Ebola should stay home, avoid work or public places, CDC says
Over 300 people died in the April 16 ferry sinking, many of them schoolchildren.
Federal regulators held back on fixes because it cost too much.
A man suspected of killing two Caiflornia deputies was deported twice to Mexico and had a drug conviction, authorities said,
Feral hogs now number 5 million in 39 states.
The awkward videos urge students to take at least 15 credit hours per semester.
Currently, transport of Ebola patients from overseas is done by one government contractor.
Members were occasionally beaten with mallets, fists and drumsticks in a hazing initiation known as "crossing" Bus C.
Samantha Power will seek more international support for the fight against Ebola.
George P. Bush says his dad is giving "serious thought" to jumping into 2016 race.
Which branch of government gets to recognize foreign countries?
Obama officials say state quarantines will discourage people from going to West Africa.
NBC/Marist polls show Republicans have clear shot at netting six Senate seats for majority.
A college basketball player who's become an inspiration among this week's stories.