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Unseasonable storms kill at least 20 people at height of trekking season.
Philippines subpoenas US Marine accused of killing Filipino in case likely to test ties
The actress stepped out for the first time since she revealed she's expecting.
25 years later, could the San Francisco Bay Area take another massive earthquake?
Connecticut teen mother charged in disposal of dead newborn boy in trash bin
South African sports ministry reluctant to step in as 2015 host of troubled African Cup
UN health agency officially declares an end to the Ebola outbreak in Senegal
Arguing while Europe sinks: Germany, ECB policy standoff over economy is worrying markets
Harris has twice hosted the Emmy Awards and is a four-time host of the Tony Awards.
'Thou Shall Not Whine': Tim Russert office exhibit opens at Buffalo History Museum;
British police charge 4 people with terror offenses including swearing oath to IS
Ex-reservist "embarrassed that my actions led to my administrative discharge."
Nurse Amber Vinson did not directly call federal health officials for permission before boarding a passenger flight Monday, instead talking to a team in Texas that relayed her symptoms to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, her uncle told ABC News.
16 people dead after ventilation grate collapses at South Korean girl band concert
Hough says he was bullied and the fact he was a dancer made him an easy target.
A Dallas health care worker who handled clinical specimens from an Ebola-infected patient is on a cruise ship in the Caribbean - with the worker self-quarantined and being monitored for signs of infection, the State Department said in a statement.
Nina Pham, the first of two nurses to contract Ebola in the United States, joked with her physician before beginning her trip to the National Institutes of Health clinical center in Bethesda, Maryland.
Apple Pay to follow iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Morgan Stanley's earnings rise 93 percent, helped by trading, investment banking