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Georgetown University's School of Continuing Studies will offer workers a chance to earn a certificate.
Rare Saturday night meeting focuses on efforts to identify people who may be exposed
The 62-year-old nurse worked 192 days straight, according to her time cards.
Twenty-eight employees were treated for a variety of symptoms.
More property is at risk from a storm surge than in any other city except New York.
Toms River was so disenchanted by the production that it banned commercial filmmaking.
Police believe they have found the body of Hannah Graham.
Southerners are most prepared when it comes to dealing with disastrous weather.
Frank L. Greenagel Jr. will counsel soldiers with substance abuse problems and PTSD.
The controversial law will be in effect for the upcoming election.
The state's law banning gay marriages was ruled unconstitutional on Friday morning.
Fighters and bombers instead focused firepower on oil refineries and collection points.
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Lone survivor of house fire near Pittsburgh lost father, wife, her four children in the blaze.
The injuries at the University of Rochester are not considered life-threatening.
Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan was remembered Saturday as a big-hearted and compassionate man.
The bodies were seen in a remote mountainous area, but the steep terrain made it impossible for the helicopter to land.
The Canadian government said it will start shipping its experimental Ebola vaccine to WHO
David Mohney shot all three of his children; only one survived.