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Boy Raises $800K to Fight Friend's Rare Disease

The money is funding research at the University of Florida led by Dr. David Weinstein, who says a cure for the disease is on the horizon.

NBC News Freelancer Declared Free of Ebola

The cameraman diagnosed with Ebola while working in Liberia as a freelancer for NBC News will be allowed to leave a biocontainment unit Wednesday.

U.S. Girls Stopped in Germany, Apparerntly En Route to Syria

The three girls, 15 and 16, were stopped in Germany over the weekend and sent home — and there are indications the girls planned to go to Syria.

Nurse With Ebola Upgraded to Good Condition

No further information was made public, but federal health officials said Nina Pham was grateful for her nationwide outpouring of support.

Cadaver Dog Searches Indiana Buildings in Suspected Serial Killings

Investigators used a cadaver dog Tuesday to comb abandoned buildings after a man confessed to killing seven women and hinted that there could be more.

Consumers and Retailers Concerned About Hacking

Hackers are stealing millions of financial records from banks resulting in thefts from bank accounts, credit card accounts and businesses. Steve Handelsman reports.

Man Tells President: 'Don't Touch My Girlfriend'

The lighthearted warning made as Barack Obama cast a ballot in early voting in Chicago elicited laughter from his embarrassed girlfriend.

Small Tails, Big Bail: $1.4M Bond for Man Arrested on Lobster Violations

A Miami man who has been arrested multiple times for having undersized lobster tails is behind bars once again — and now bond was set at $1.4 million.

Website to Look Up Recalled Cars Crashes

The government search site for drivers to look up whether their cars have been recalled because of air bag problems remained down Tuesday afternoon.

Prominent Florida State University Fraternity Suspended

Campus police say they are investigating an alleged sexual battery that occurred at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house on Oct. 11.

Scared to Death? Teen Has Heart Attack at Haunted House

Christian Faith Benge, 16, had a collapsed and died while at the "Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park" in Middletown Friday night.

Court Orders Mental Health Exam for White House Intruder

A judge ordered the evaluation within 30 days during a hearing for accused White House fence-jumper Omar Gonzalez, charged in the Sept. 19 breach.

Get Ready for the Midterms: Meet the Voters

Election season is upon us.

Dallas Residents Shrug Off Ebola Fears

A month after Thomas Eric Duncan became the first person in the U.S. to be infected with Ebola, Dallas residents say they aren't worried.

U.S. Girls Stopped in Germany, Possibly En Route to Syria

The three girls, 15 and 16, were stopped in Germany over the weekend and sent home — and there are indications the girls planned to go to Syria.

Coming Home: American Dad Detained in North Korea Is Free

Jeffrey Fowle was detained in the spring, reportedly after leaving a Bible at his hotel.

Police Accused Of Holding Pregnant Woman In Labor At Gunpoint

Police dash cam shows police holding a woman in at gunpoint after she and her husband were pulled over while speeding to the hospital. WHO's Jannay Towne reports.

Missouri Governor Announces 'Ferguson Commission'

Saying "we need to solve these problems together," Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announces the formation of a commission to conduct a study of conditions in Ferguson, in the wake of Michael Brown's death

Ebola Action: Feds Funnel Arrivals From West Africa

All travelers from Ebola-stricken countries in West Africa must pass through one of five major U.S. airports with heightened entry screening.

Woman, 79, Survives Five Days Lost in Arizona Desert

Ethel Crescenzo was going to a Scottsdale casino on Oct. 14 when she wound up lost in the desert. She was found Sunday after slipping down an embankment.

Life or Death? Jurors to Weigh Fate of Jodi Arias

The sentencing retrial against Arias will be a mini-trial of sorts to get a fresh jury up to speed on the case. The retrial could last until December.

Watch Live: State Department Briefing - 1:30p ET

State Department Spokeperson Marie Harf holds briefing, where she expected to discuss Jeffrey Fowle's release by North Korea.

What Makes a Storm a Nor'easter?

A nor'easter is a low-pressure storm that usually develop between Georgia and New Jersey.

Two Dead In Apartment Fire In Massachusetts

A firefighter is hospitalized after trying to rescue young boys trapped in burning Apartment in Lawrence, Mass. WHBH's Nicole Oliverio reports.

Cancer-Stricken Royals Fan, 6, Heads to World Series

Community comes together to help young Royals fan, battling a rare form of cancer, live out his dream to attend a World Series game. Syed Shabbir reports.

West Africans Must Arrive Through One of Five Airports: DHS

All travelers from Ebola-stricken countries in West Africa must pass through one of five major U.S. airports with heightened entry screening.

Fisherman Catches Extremely Rare Yellow Lobster Twice

A Maine fisherman catches a rare yellow lobster, and then later finds the same crustacean in his traps again after his wife secretly releases it into the wild. WCSH's Bill Green reports.

New Jersey Wants to Allow NFL Bets This Sunday

A horse track is ready to take bets on the NFL as soon as Sunday.

Trip to Casino Leads to Elderly Woman Lost in Desert

An elderly Arizona woman survives several days in the desert after getting lost on her way to a casino. KPNX's Hailey Frances reports.

Watch Live: Gov. Nixon Holds Briefing on Ferguson, Mo.

Gov. Jay Nixon joins other Missouri leaders to deliver remarks and announce a new effort to address issues raised by events in Ferguson.


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