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Hospital workers may be at high risk, but the average American is not.
Woman who stabbed her alleged rapist was found guilty of murder and executed Saturday.
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Hickox returned to the United States on Friday after treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone.
Decision means those couples will to receive federal benefits.
The nation's largest day for volunteerism helps millions in need.
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Rick Weiland says Senate Democratic leader Reid needs to step aside.
Australian breakthrough could save the lives of 30% more heart transplant patients.
A tornado with winds surpassing 50 mph hit a town in southern Washington state.
Nina Pham speaks on her treatment outside NIH center.
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Researchers say Thelma self-produced her offspring using only the cells in her own body.
The platform measures 300 feet by 170 feet and will be anchored in the Atlantic Ocean.
Comedian says TIME cover on Kentucky senator makes her happy she's doing stand up.
Spotting a forged passport is not easy -- even for security agents.
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Social media abuzz after Craig Spencer goes and out about in the city despite having been to West Africa.
CDC sends rapid response team to oversee treatment of New York's first Ebola patient.