Ebola Hits Fifth Country as Worst-Ever Outbreak Grows
A second outbreak of suspected Ebola has sickened 24 people, according to WHO.
Corvette Museum to Completely Fill in Sinkhole
Sinkhole swallowed eight prized sports cars.
Obama Seeking Allies for Fight Against ISIS
Building regional coalition to attack extremists in Syria won't be easy task.
Saudi King Warns of Terrorist Threat to Europe, US
Saudi king warns Europe and US of terrorist threat from extremist groups in Iraq, Syria
Syrian Rebels Attack Peacekeepers in Golan Heights
Syrian rebels holding 44 Fijian peacekeepers hostage attack Philippine troops in Golan Heights
EU Inches Toward New Sanctions on Russia
EU inches toward new sanctions on Russia in response to military incursion in Ukraine
Police ID Likely Homicide Victim Without Finding a Body
Bloody debris and clothing led police to investigate the likely homicide.
6 Die in Fire at Eastern North Carolina Home
6 people found dead after fire sweeps through home in eastern North Carolina
Teen Taking Lamborghini Test Drive Dies in Crash
Teen taking test drive in Lamborghini dies in crash; excessive speed believed a factor
How Lego Blocks Helped Solve Cold Case Murder
Suspect may have brought young son as distraction to crime, cops say.
Ebola Outbreak: Dr. Besser's Look at Life Inside the Hot Zone
Dr. Richard Besser reports on the growing outbreak from Monrovia, Liberia.
Lesotho Military Says It Has Disarmed Police
Lesotho military disarms police in act it says done for security; Prime minister condemns act
Iran President Calls US Sanctions an 'Invasion'
Iran's president condemns US sanctions on businesses, individuals, calling them an 'invasion'
5 International Stories You'll Care About Next Week
President Obama visits Wales, Air Guitar World Championships final held.
Will Residency Questions Take Down Another Candidate in 2014?
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-Louisiana, is the latest veteran of Congress to face questions about her home state residency since she spends most of her time living in Washington.
Military Guns Missing From Police Agencies
The guns-drawn streets of Ferguson jolted America awake to the militarization of the nation's police. Local cops, often untrained in military tactics, may be carrying assault rifles used by our Marines and even Special Forces, using surplus weaponry donated by the Pentagon in a program designed to better equip civilian police against terrorists and heavily armed criminals. However, an ABC News/Fusion investigation found that some police forces are not keeping track of these high-powered weapons.
Atlantic City Losing 2 Casinos, 5K Jobs in 3 Days
In Atlantic City, 2 casinos and 5,000-plus jobs will be lost in 1 nightmare weekend
In Quake, Wine Barrels Became Quarter-Ton Projectiles
Earthquake highlights safety threats from wine stacks.
5 Takeaways From a Punch-Less Summer Box Office
Why did this summer fail to ignite at the box office?
Photos: Princess Diana and Prince Charles' Rotten Wedding Cake Slice Sold for $1,375
A slice of wedding cake from the royal wedding in 1981 was purchased.
Photos: Andrew Garfield Arrives in Venice with a Huge Beard
Inside The Venice Film Festival
Joan Rivers Unconscious Since Being Rushed to Hospital
"We ask that you continue to keep her in your thoughts," Melissa Rivers says.
Photos: Gladys Knight Is All Smiles at the US Open
Fab Over 50
Space Shuttle Discovery First Launched 30 Years Ago
Today marks 30 years since the Space Shuttle Discovery's first launch.
US Dominates Finland 114-55 in Basketball Worlds
US holds Finland without basket in second quarter, wins 114-55 in Basketball World Cup
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