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  • Streets bustling after Sierra Leone shutdown ends

    FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Streets in Sierra Leone's capital bustled again Monday after an unprecedented nationwide shutdown during which officials said more than 1 million households were checked for Ebola patients and given information on how to prevent the spread of the deadly disease.

  • Spain: Ebola test drug out of supply worldwide

    MADRID (AP) — Doctors treating a Spanish priest who was repatriated from West Africa on Monday after being diagnosed with the Ebola virus said there were no samples of experimental drug ZMapp available in the world right now, and they were considering alternative treatments.

  • AP PHOTOS: Pole dancing being used for fitness

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Poles have long been a staple of smoky strip clubs, but the women scaling and swinging from them in Las Vegas earlier this month weren't doing it for dollar bills.

  • 700 babies maybe exposed to TB at Texas hospital

    EL PASO, Texas (AP) — More than 700 infants may have been exposed to tuberculosis at an El Paso hospital over the past year by an employee recently diagnosed with the illness, health officials said Friday.


Concern over US concessions as Iran seeks to leverage ISIS issue in nuke talks

Republican lawmakers are raising alarm that Secretary of State John Kerry is putting too much on the table in talks over Iran's nuclear program -- as Tehran reportedly tries to leverage its cooperation in the Islamic State crisis in return for nuclear concessions from the U.S. and its allies.

Justice Kagan performs her first same-sex wedding

Justice Elena Kagan has officiated for the first time at a same-sex wedding, a Maryland ceremony for her former law clerk and his husband.

Bubba, Panetta dump on Obama's Syria policy

Former President and former defense secretary join Hillary as critics of Obama's decision not to arm Syrian opposition in 2012. 

Lerner breaks silence, says 'not sorry' over role in IRS scandal

Lois Lerner, the central figure in the IRS scandal, is breaking her silence in an unapologetic interview where she says she's not sorry and maintains she “didn’t do anything wrong” -- despite widely documented evidence that her division targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny.

Fracking good times: North Dakota tops U.S. income gains

North Dakota leads the nation in personal income growth. No other state even comes close.