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(Atlanta, GA) -- Doctors in Atlanta are about to treat another American infected with the Ebola virus. The State Department says the patient is a U.S. citizen who contracted the disease in Sierra Leone, and is expected to arrive in Atlanta this morning. This is the fourth...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama will focus on the safety and security of the American people when he speaks to the nation about ISIS tomorrow. White House spokesman Josh Earnest says the President is expected to outline a broader strategy for combating the Islamic militant...
(New York, NY) -- NFL running back Ray Rice is out of a job and maybe out of football. The NFL is suspending Rice indefinitely following his release by the Baltimore Ravens. The league drew public backlash for its initial two-game suspension of Rice after he assaulted his then-...
(Undated) -- The State Department says the cease-fire in Ukraine is mostly holding. During a press briefing Monday, spokeswoman Jen Psaki acknowledged violence is still taking place in Mariupol and Donetsk after the signing of the cease-fire. Psaki says what's on a piece of...
(Undated) -- More than a half-dozen states are dealing with a severe respiratory illness that hits fast and has already put hundreds of children in the hospital. Kansas City, Missouri has reported more 300 cases so far. Colorado, North Carolina, Georgia, Oklahoma, Kentucky and...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. is preparing to send medical support to the hard-hit nation of Liberia, as West Africa continues to struggle with the worst Ebola outbreak ever. The Pentagon will establish a 25-bed field hospital specifically for ill or injured health workers in the...
(San Francisco, CA) -- ISIS militants are threatening to murder Twitter employees in San Francisco. The company has been deleting accounts associated with the terrorist group as quickly as they pop up. Today a Twitter associated with ISIS posted a warning employees to watch over...
(San Diego, CA) -- Heavy rain associated with two tropical storm systems is not going to make it to the northern California wildfire zones. National Weather Service meteorologist Cynthia Palmer says all the storm activity is well south of the major fire areas. Palmer points out...
(Undated) -- New research indicates signs of autism can be erased if babies begin therapy very early. Researchers say the small study shows promising results when therapy begins in the first year of a child's life. The study run by the University of California-Davis provided...