Dr. Richard Sacra has been released from University of Nebraska Medical Center where he has been treated since early this month for Ebola.
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Third U.S. Ebola Patient Released From Hospital
Transportation officials in Massachusetts recently announced the state will halt the use of a widely-used guardrail end terminal while it conducts ???additional research,??? days after an ABC News investigation looked into allegations that a small design change turned the metal safety structures potentially deadly.
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Massachusetts Halts New Guardrail Use After ABC News Investigation
Dashcam video captured the moment a former South Carolina state trooper shot an unarmed man during a traffic stop earlier this month.
Dashcam Captures Trooper Shooting Unarmed Man in Traffic Stop
Watchdog groups found some patients reacted differently to generic brands.
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Questions Raised Over Brand Name Rx Drugs vs. Generics
Nearly two weeks have passed since police say accused killer Eric Frein shot two state troopers at an eastern Pennsylvania barracks before fleeing into the woods.
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The Trail of Evidence Left by Accused Cop Killer Eric Frein
“Work remains to be done, but our list of accomplishments is real,” Holder says after serving six years in the post.
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‘Work Remains’: Eric Holder Resigns as Attorney General
Yankee fans are on pins and needles waiting to hear if one of the biggest games of the year could be a washout.
Fans Fret as Derek Jeter’s Last Home Game Could End in Washout
France on Thursday opened the door to possibly joining airstrikes in Syria just hours after an Algerian Islamist group beheaded a French tourist.
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France Mulls Syria Strikes After Tourist’s Beheading
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron is reportedly to apologize to Queen Elizabeth after saying she “purred” after Scots rejected independence.
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Not Amused: British PM to Apologize to ‘Purring’ Queen