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After US air drops, Turkey says it's helping Iraqi Kurdish forces enter Kobani to fight IS
Supreme Court to consider reinstating death sentence in 1985 triple murder in San Diego
Lebanon imposes measures on travel from some African states to prevent Ebola's spread
WHO says Nigeria's Ebola outbreak is officially over, calls containment a spectacular success
More than 220,000 stores accepting Apple Pay as of today.
Nearly all of the people who were quarantined by the city of Dallas because they had contact with a patient who died of Ebola have completed the 21 day incubation watch period and have been cleared of the disease, a city official said today.
Former "American Idol" contestant and model Joanne Borgella died over the weekend after battling cancer. She was 32.
Hawaii rides out tropical storm, getting soaked but avoiding serious damage throughout islands
Cruise ship carrying health care worker being monitored for Ebola returns to Galveston, Texas
Closing arguments and jury deliberations are scheduled for Tuesday in the in the case of a Utah man accused of shooting his wife to death after a night of drinking and watching the TV series ???Dexter??? ??? a show about a serial killer.
Michael Alcala wanted to help. The 22-year-old student was passing by a Fresno, Calif. house fire Saturday, when he heard screams ??? a man trapped inside, his daughter pleading for her father???s safety.
With the roll out of Apple Pay, the check out experience will evolve at some of the biggest retailers and restaurants in the United States.
Hong Kong leader says 'external forces' involved in pro-democracy protests, provides no proof
Mexican federal police assume control of 13 municipalities linked to cartels, missing students
Canadian Pacific ends talks with fellow railroad operator CSX about a possible deal
Soak it in, Peyton Manning. The Denver Broncos quarterback set an NFL record Sunday by throwing his 509th career touchdown pass, breaking the record set by Brett Favre.
Iraq officials: Triple car bombing in revered Shiite city of Karbala kills at least 16 people
Spain says 60 migrants enter northwest African enclave after multiple border scaling attempts
The first group of people quarantined and monitored following close contact with Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan have been cleared, with the 21-day monitoring period passing for 48 people. Duncan???s relatives and fianc??e Louise Troh are among those who faced monitoring due to Duncan???s diagnosis.