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State Department calls for "speedy and transparent investigation."
The Indianapolis shelter reported an outbreak of feline panleukopenia virus.
Ebola has infected more than 10,000 people in eight countries.
Hillary Clinton makes a comment reminiscent of Obama's "You didn't build that."
It appears the attacker — who converted to Islam two years ago — became "self-radicalized."
A 57-year-old Google executive is the world's new space daredevil.
The first U.S. dryer with heat pump technology has arrived, and it lives up to the hype.
Experts say oil prices would have to drop far lower before U.S. producers hit the brakes.
Relative says victims were friends, cousins with gunman.
Medicaid expansion is seen as too much of a good thing in this gambling mecca.
Alaska's Don Young roiled state with remarks at high school where student committed suicide.
Building 1,000-foot tall walls across the central USA wouldn't stop tornadoes.
Dallas nurse Nina Pham — declared to be free of the Ebola virus — is back home in North Texas.
Ties that bond: How surrogate mother, 2 fathers built an amazing family
Kristi Hooper's husband killed their toddler twins, then himself, during a custody battle.
Recovery from the state's costliest natural disaster may take at several more years.
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.