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New York City Ebola Patient Receives Blood From Writebol

It is hoped the transfusion from Nancy Writebol, who survived the disease, will help Dr. Craig Spencer recover.

Suspect in Killings of Two Officers Was Deported Twice Before

Federal immigration officials say a man accused of killing two law enforcement officers in California had been previously deported after arrests.

'It Will Take Time': Town Struggles to Heal After Washington Shooting

A second vigil was held in Marysville, Washington, after a deadly high school shooting but a motive behind the gunman's rampage remains unclear.

Timeline of Deadly Marysville School Shooting

It began with shots in the cafeteria and ended with two dead and a few others in critical, yet severe, condition.

How Will New York Protect Itself From Ebola?

Some wonder what specific protocols New York will enact to help prevent the spread of Ebola.

Why the Flu Is Deadlier Than Ebola

Some in the nation are focused on Ebola, but the flu presents a much more immediate threat to the population.

Go on the Hunt With a U.S. Marshal

They're a team that tracks fugitives and now you can get an up-close look at just how they work.

2 Dead Inside Boutique Following Reports of Shooting

Authorities responded to Bliss Boutique in San Clemente, California. The incident was reported on Twitter around 2:40 p.m.

Meet the Newest Variety of Apple

Researchers have created a new breed of apple and it’s the first one since they created the popular honey crisp variety.

The Untold Story of Woman Who Died Working Three Jobs

Maria Leonor Fernandes, 32, died of gas fumes as she slept in her car in New Jersey in between working one of her three part-time jobs.

Big One Ahead? Huge Quakes Surge in Past Decade

The global rate of “great” earthquakes nearly tripled in recent years, but does that portend a problem for unruptured faults along the northwest U.S.?

Tears and Anger: Families of Washington Shooting Victims Grieve by Bedsides

A student gunman killed himself and another student, and injured four others in a shooting at a Washington school Friday.

Ebola Nurse Quarantined in New Jersey Slams Rules

Kaci Hickox, who tested negative for Ebola but is under quarantine in New Jersey, said new rules will discourage aid workers from helping in Africa.

First-Year Teacher Intercepted Washington Gunman

A social studies teacher, who has only been full-time at the school for a couple of months, tried to stop a student shooter in the cafeteria Friday.

Shooting Eyewitness: '3 or 4 People Fell at the Same Table'

Marysville Pilchuck High School Sophomore Erick Cervantes, an eyewitness to the shooting at his school, describes the scene inside the cafeteria.

Indiana Boy, 13, Fatally Shot for Laughing: Family

Kobe Jones was reportedly shot nine times after laughing about the home invasion of his neighbor, who created a scene outside the Gary home Friday.

Feds to Recognize Gay Marriage in Six More States

The federal government is recognizing gay marriage in six more states, extending federal benefits to those couples.

'He Seemed Like A Normal Kid': Rage Behind Gunman's Spree

Jaylen Ray Fryberg was happy and gregarious on the outside. But the gunman in the deadly Washington high school shootings was full of turmoil.

Shock, Tears and Anger: Families of Victims Grieve by Bedsides

A student gunman killed himself and another student, and injured four others in a shooting at a Washington school Friday.

Hospital Official: Two Female Shooting Victims Remain Critical

Joanne Roberts, Providence Hospital Everett spokesperson says the two female victims from the Marysville school shooting remain in critical condition, and that the next three days will be crucial in the teen's recovery.

Marysville Comes Together at Vigil After School Shooting

Mourners gathered at a vigil after Friday's deadly school shootings in Marysville, Washington.

'Couldn't Be Closer': Washington Gunman Was 'Cousin' to Victims

A student gunman killed himself and another student, and injured four others in a shooting at a Washington school Friday.

Ebola Worker Tests Negative, Stays in Quarantine in N.J.

A healthcare worker who treated Ebola victims and was placed in isolation in New Jersey has tested negative for the virus but will remain quarantined.

Ebola Worker Tests Negative, Stays in Quarintine in N.J.

A healthcare worker who treated Ebola victims and was placed in isolation in New Jersey has tested negative for the virus but will remain quarantined.

'We Love Our Kids': Marysville Holds Vigil After School Shooting

Mourners gathered at a vigil after Friday's deadly school shootings in Marysville, Washington.

CHP Officers Made 'Game' Out of Stolen Pics: Documents

The California Highway Patrol officer accused of stealing explicit photos from a woman DUI suspect says it was part of a "game," court documents show.

Watch Google Exec Set Record With Near-Space Skydive

Alan Eustace breaks the world record for highest skydive. Eustace's dive was 135,908 feet, smashing the former record of 127,852 feet held by Felix Baumgartner.

Marysville Students Hold Vigil for Victims of School Shooting

Students from Marysville packed an auditorium Friday night for a vigil to remember those hurt and killed in Friday's shooting.

Worker Who Treated Ebola Hospitalized in N.J., Has Fever

The healthcare worker was placed in quarantine at a Newark airport upon returning from treating Ebola patients in Africa, and later developed a fever.

Worker Who Treated Ebola in Isolation With Fever in NJ

The healthcare worker was placed in quarantine at a Newark airport upon returning from treating Ebola in Africa, and later developed a fever.


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