In the four decades since the Ebola virus was first identified in Africa, treatment hasn't changed much. Some people are asking "Why?"
In the four decades since the Ebola virus was first identified in Africa, treatment hasn't changed much. Some people are asking "Why?"
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NASA plans to make oxygen — a key ingredient of rocket fuel — on Mars early next decade.
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The final installment of The Hobbit movie trilogy is here in all its Middle-Earthly glory!
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Despite casualties and criticism, a near-consensus in Israel support the Gaza war, while dissent is being silenced - a rarity in highly democratic Israel.
An Indianapolis man has won two $1 million lottery prizes in the past three months.
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America's favorite libertarian curmudgeon warns that "conditions are every bit as bad as they were in '08 and '09."
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Mississippi's effort to close its last abortion clinic was overturned in federal appellate court on Tuesday.
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The NCAA has agreed to settle a class-action head injury lawsuit that will impact past, present and future college athletes.
Jennifer Lopez recently let her hair down, proclaiming #curlyhairdontcare for all the world to see.
A strong earthquake shook much of eastern Mexico, home to a major nuclear power plant and some of Mexico's key petroleum facilities.
A new, controversial campaign wants to change London's image as one of the loneliest places in Britain.
There has been panic and fear about the deadly Ebola disease spreading. Here are five things to know about Ebola and how it is spread.
Just because something is edible doesn't mean you should eat it. As a rule, you should probably be wary of things that come in a can.
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Man and his best friend just found something else they have in common.
These stunning gowns were constructed from a surprisingly intimate material...
The young boy and the campers' reaction is amazing.
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The largest coal-fired power plant in the West is on track to cease operations under a proposal that the federal government adopted.
The U.S. Marshals Service says it happened in the West Village when a fugitive apprehension task force tried to make an arrest.
Israeli media commentators have leveled almost nonstop criticism at Kerry in recent days.
Millions of Muslims across the world are celebrating the first day of the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Experts and church leaders south of Shanghai say the government appears to be trying to suppress the fast-growing religion.
Sarah Palin has started her own subscription-based online network.
Actress Nina Millin presents hit Beyoncé songs in the most unexpected way possible... The Beyoncélogues!
If you can't trust your school teacher then who can you trust? Apparently the answer is nobody.
"Game of Thrones" emojis have arrived...Finally!
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African heiress Bim Fernandes, worth $8.7 BILLION, wants to be a music superstar, and is throwing major shade at Kim Kardashian along the way.
Vincenzo Nibali became the first Italian in 16 years to triumph in cycling's greatest race.
Frank Thomas choked back tears. Being enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame can have those effects, even on the greats. Thomas, pitchers Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux, and managers Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa are officially enshrined.
Murder-suicide is an early possibility in this town of 18,000.
A total of 30 works by the great Western artist (1864-1926) brought in millions of dollars at auction in Reno.
The start of World War I is 100 years old. About 200 history enthusiasts from across Europe have gathered in Poland to reconstruct the Battled of Tannenberg, an engagement between the Russian and German Empires in the first days of the Great War.
One man's quest to explain his brother's mysterious jail cell death 19 years ago has rekindled long-dormant questions about whether others were involved in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
Female conventioneers have said they had been groped, followed and unwillingly photographed during the four-day confab. An online petition supporting a formal anti-harassment policy at Comic-Con got 2,600 signatures.
Officials at some Denver homeless shelters say the legalization of marijuana has contributed to an increase in the number of younger people living on the city's streets.
Republicans are on the offensive in Georgia's general election Senate campaign in an effort to keep it in the GOP's hands.
The U.S. nuclear industry has started building its first new plants in decades using prefabricated Lego-like blocks meant to save time and money. Trouble is, it's not working.
"There are no words to describe how I feel right now," said Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey, "but we do need to find these two guys."
A large family that lives at the shore and suffered losses during Superstorm Sandy will share a $20 million lottery jackpot that one of the 17 siblings said will be "a great pick-me-up."
Iran confirmed on Friday that it has detained four journalists, including a reporter for The Washington Post.
Authorities are trying to sort through questions surrounding a psychiatrist who pulled a gun to wound a patient gunman.
When the media storm surrounding James' return to Cleveland spilled over to his neighborhood, he apologized with sweets.
A Cincinnati reporter found that the bars don't melt when left out in the hot sun and then he started asking "why?"
Ohio State University dismissed band director Jonathan Waters after an investigation determined that he knew about and failed to stop a "sexualized" culture of rituals.
Almost everyone on Earth is looking for true love. Some people find it in other people. These folks find it in food.
Her amazing Photoshop project says a lot about each nation's idea of beauty.
A store that powers itself. See how one UK grocery store is revolutionizing the way we generate electricity.
A small town government finds itself in the middle of a scandal over trying to supply residents with cheaper fuel.
Bill Murray pop-ins have become so frequent they're becoming boring.
Symbols, Clocks, Nazi's, & Latin Kings...We explore some of the most prominent prison yard tattoos and the meaning behind them.
The saddest view of Earth? This astronaut thinks that he has taken a photograph of it.
In a work of seriously hard-hitting political journalism the Washington Post recently took a poll of how real politicians fared against imaginary space people.
A zoo owner in Michigan says an alligator escaped, possibly with some help from a tortoise...
North Korea is not happy with this video of their dancing, kung fu fighting leader... But we think it's pretty hilarious!
The teen that sued her parents for her college education is back, though under even more unfortunate circumstances.
No, it's not a Portlandia skit. One newspaper credits a kale shortage to hipsters.
Crafting suishi is a centuries-old tradition. However, a new wave of artists are taking it to beautiful extremes.
Humans aren't the only species that loves the beach. Here are 15 other animals that are totally in heaven when they're on the coast.
The former Alaska governor was pulled over and cited for driving over the speed limit in her hometown of Wasilla.
John Paul Dejoria is living the American Dream on steroids with more money than he knows what to do with. He discusses the business ethos that fueled his meteoric rise to the top.
Real Housewife of New York City Aviva Drescher lost more than her mind on the spectacular season finale last night!
You might not have expected these names as the top 5 highest paid actors for all of last year.
After his bank added a few too many zeroes to his account, a Kuwaiti man says he's keeping this gift from the heavens...sort of.
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"What if you never had to worry about food again?" asks one company suddenly raking in the money.
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Take your TV anywhere by rolling it up like a magazine. At least, that's what LG has in mind with their latest invention.
One company aims to eliminate the creepy crawlies from your camping experience by sleeping above the ground.
Constant conflict can cause us to forget that peace is even possible. These animals and babies might just be able to teach us something.
'Almost Famous' made its debut 14 years ago...Here are some of the best lines!
Need a good night of sleep? Want to avoid customer service? Pretend that you're outrunning a horde of zombies? There's an app for that.
The world's tallest, the world's longest and the world's most illegal water slide and more.
Every athlete had to start somewhere, though we're not sure that any Olympians ever had this many problems.
Don Ritchie lived near "The Gap," Australia's #1 suicide spot. You'll never believe how he saved so many troubled lives.
Since 1997 aquatic-themed LEGOs have been washing up on this British beach. The reason behind it is fascinating.
Investors should be paying more attention to the uncertainty being created by the turmoil in Ukraine and the Mideast, according to Mohamed El-Erian.
His latest spoof on Robin Thicke's "Blurred LInes" is a wacky attack on online grammar.
This advertisement rivals most Super Bowl commercials for its strangeness.
Nobody has figured out how to fly yet, but someone did manage to eat an airplane. That's something at least.
The inscription is priceless, but what he does with the cake is even better.
Despite trying to give it back, the bank delayed and this man gave in to temptation...
We've all had our rough days at the office, but look on the bright side: Someone, somewhere is having a worse day than you are.
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