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The top NIH official says training and protocols are changing as Ebola teaches lessons.
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Xolile Mngeni, convicted in 2010 contract killing of woman on her honeymoon.
The remains found Saturday have not been identified as belonging to Hannah Graham.
President Obama stumps for gubernatorial candidates in Maryland and Illinois.
The family of second nurse diagnosed with Ebola releases statement about her travel.
New data back up anecdotal reports that vasectomies rose during the 2007-2009 recession
A GOP challenge to Sen. Jeff Merkley looked promising but appears to be petering out.
Lawmakers invoke Obama to motivate black voters to help Democratic Senate candidates.
New York woman reveals her biological dad was criminal informant.
Bentley, who was taken from Nina Pham's apartment, has been quarantined.
Family and some others who had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan ended monitoring Sunday.
President Obama's decision to name a skilled political operative as his Ebola czar rather than a medical expert is enraging critics.
Once defamed as "the city that killed Kennedy," the Texas metropolis now contends with the libel of Ebola.
Former secretary of State heads to North Carolina on Oct. 25 to encourage early voting.
Comet Siding Spring gives scientists best view ever of an Oort Cloud comet.
Teresa Romero is the first person known to have contracted the disease outside West Africa.
A historic Houston building came crashing down Sunday.