First Ebola Case in US, But CDC Vows 'We Will Stop It Here'
CDC Confirms First Ebola Case Diagnosed in U.S.
How The CDC Will Make Sure Ebola Doesn't Spread in U.S.
The CDC will trace people exposed by the first Ebola patient diagnosed in U.S.
Eric Frein Manhunt Finds Two Pipe Bombs
Police searching for an accused cop killer Eric Frein in the dense woods of the Poconos Mountains have found two pipe bombs that could have been rigged to explode with a trip wire, police said today.
Secret Service Director: White House Intrusion 'Unacceptable'
Director Julia Pierson was grilled by lawmakers today.
Report: Obama Rode Elevator With Armed Man
Report: Obama rode elevator in Atlanta with armed security contractor with criminal record
6 Secret Service Safeguards Breached By White House Intruder
It has now been made clear that there were a half dozen steps that were not taken by the Secret Service during the close call, just minutes after the Obamas left the building.
Police: Juvenile Arrested in Shooting of Student
Police: Juvenile arrested in shooting of student in Louisville; high school was evacuated
Oklahoma Man Charged With Murder in Beheading
Oklahoma workplace beheading suspect Alton Nolen charged with 1st-degree murder, assault
Hong Kong Chief Says Voting Beats Watching TV
Under-fire Hong Kong leader says voting better than watching TV at Chinese National Day event
Photos: Hong Kong Democracy Protests vs. Tear Gas
Pro-democracy protests met by tough police response, bringing Hong Kong to standstill.
California Mayor Shot, Killed at Home
The mayor of Bell City, California was shot to death in his home. His wife is being held in the crime.
Drug Shares Jump After News of First American Ebola Case
Stocks for the pharmaceutical companies that produce experimental Ebola drugs spiked in after-market trading today following the news of the first diagnosis in the United States.
Watch: Life inside a Liberian Ebola Treatment Unit.
ABC News' Dr. Besser gives us a tour of the operations inside a treatment facility in Monrovia.
Two Pro Skiers Killed in Avalanche
Skiers Andreas Fransson of Sweden and J.P. Auclair of Canada were killed in an avalanche on a remote peak on the border of Chile and Argentina, South American officials told ESPN.
Cop Killer Picked as College Graduation Speaker
Man serving life in prison for killing officer is picked as commencement speaker at alma mater
Elk Nose Into Grand Canyon Water Stations
Grand Canyon officials try to outsmart elk nosing into water-filling stations for a drink
$100K Reward Offered for AK-47 Bank Robber
A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered to anyone with information on the whereabouts of a bank robber dubbed the AK-47 bandit, who has hit banks in the West and Midwest, sometimes wearing police garb.
How Your Family May Inherit Your Debt When You Die
Most of us would love to be able to leave a nice inheritance to our spouse, kids, grandkids or other loved ones. However, many baby boomers who have seen their net worth dip below zero in recent years will instead leave a very different kind of legacy: debt.
Chiefs Player Shouldn't Have Been Penalized for Prayer, NFL Says
A spokesman for the NFL said that the Kansas City Chiefs player who was penalized after kneeling in prayer in the end zone in last night's game should not have been flagged.
Why Jennifer Love Hewitt Sent Matt Damon a Bed
Actress tells Jimmy Kimmel about the unusual gift she sent to Damon.
Photos: Tom Hanks Shoots a Cold War Spy Thriller
See your favorite stars transform into the characters you love
'Bachelorette' Stars Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum Welcome a Son
Find out the name of the reality stars' baby boy.
The US Ebola Case: 5 Things to Know
The US Ebola case: 5 things to know
2 Suicide Bomber Attacks in Kabul Kill 7, Wound 21
2 suicide bombers in Kabul target buses carrying Afghan troops, kill 7 wound 21
McAfee Names Kimmel Its 'Most Dangerous Celebrity'
Jimmy Kimmel is the 'most dangerous celebrity' on the Internet, according to McAfee study
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