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Residents say they haven't received information from CDC or health dept.
Americans are projected to spend like foolish ghouls this Halloween, according to a recent survey by the American Retail Federation.
The ongoing burger wars show no sign of stopping globally.
The law lets people ask a judge to remove guns from a relative they think poses a threat.
President meets with Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House.
Kyrgyzstan girl, 18, needed emergency surgery for habitual hair-chewing.
Officials said the purported head of the drug gang was captured inside a seafood eatery.
It's not contagious if an infected person has no symptoms.
Sabrina was rescued in a secret mission near Mexico City and returned to the U.S.
Michael Dunn is being retried on first-degree murder charges in the death of Jordan Davis.
Veteran obstetrician calms fears of pregnant patients worried about deadly virus.
The website says the drive was disabled due to "threats and menacing behavior."
The 1,400 soldiers going to Liberia are among the 3,000 U.S. troops the Pentagon plans to send.
Patients with recent travel to West Africa and any symptoms are supposed to be tested for the virus.
Kurdish fighters get air support.
The communist regime showed it has no interest in democracy on its 65th anniversary.
If you need to take your party with you, there's the Kreweser cooler.
Potential second patient was in close contact with person whose diagnosis was confirmed Tuesday.
USA TODAY's Susan Page explains the Congressional balance of power and why it's important.
The patient did not have symptoms when leaving West Africa, but developed symptoms days after arriving in the U.S. on Sept. 20.