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Fears are growing about Ebola with about 200 airline cleaners walking off the job and some lawmakers suggesting a travel ban.
U.S. regulators are reviewing controversial new regulations that would govern how Internet service providers manage traffic on their networks.
Nevada issued marriage licenses after a district judge removed the final hurdle to same-sex matrimony in the state.
More than two dozen lawmakers want to ban travelers from the countries hit hardest by the Ebola virus.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment fell to nearly the lowest level since before the recession, a sign of growing steam in the U.S. labor market.
An improved HealthCare.gov should break its own record for online traffic next month, when consumers begin to enroll in private insurance for 2015.
Abdul-Rahman Kassig, formerly known as Peter Kassig, 26, was threatened in a video issued last week by Islamic State militants.
Liberian national Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with the deadly virus on U.S. soil, has died.
Japan and the U.S. will update defense cooperation guidelines for the first time in nearly two decades.
A new government report says not only has U.S. life expectancy inched up, but death rates have fallen.
As part of its escalated response to the worst Ebola outbreak on record, the CDC is teaching docs how to safely treat patients in West Africa with the virus.
Legal pressure is mounting across the U.S. for marriage rights in the wake of the Supreme Court decision.
A repeat of last winter's deep freeze is unlikely, which should lower home heating costs.
SAT scores among the nation's high school seniors remain stubbornly unchanged.
Packaged foods labeled as "natural" actually contained a substantial level of genetically modified ingredients, according to a new report.
The White House apologized for remarks Biden made suggesting Turkey and the United Arab Emirates had supported Islamist militants in Syria.
Veterans Affairs is firing four senior executives in a crackdown following a nationwide scandal over long wait times for medical care.
Airline passengers will face increased screening for Ebola, both in the West African countries hit by the disease and the U.S.
A Chicago-area man faces charges of attempting to support a foreign terrorist organization.
Generous cities include New York, Memphis, and Nashville, but the most charitable state might surprise you.