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CDC's protocols face review after Dallas nurse is infected in first US Ebola transmission
Many Israelis outraged over campaign encouraging youngsters to seek better life in Berlin
Millions plan to 'drop, cover, hold on' in California earthquake drill
Posey, Giants take advantage of clunky Cardinals defense again for 6-4 win in Game 4 of NLCS
Avalanches, blizzard leave 20 dead, 5 missing in Nepal's mountains; some still stranded
Paul Rudd???s favorite team is headed to the World Series. The actor planned on throwing a house party to celebrate.
St. Lucia, then Colombia bar entry to travelers to Ebola-stricken nations in West Africa
Familiar themes dominate final Colorado Senate debate
California Senate leader sworn in with pricey 'inauguration' that busts tradition
Airline stocks fall, then recover, after latest report of passenger later found to have Ebola
Second Texas nurse tests positive for Ebola; woman flew home from Cleveland before falling ill
Florida governor debate reflects nasty race as Scott, Crist fight over jobs, law, electric fan
A growing chorus of lawmakers is calling on President Obama to impose travel restrictions on passengers coming to the U.S. from West African countries stricken by Ebola.
Amber Vinson, the Dallas nurse who traveled to Ohio before being diagnosed with Ebola, had flown to Cleveland to prepare for her wedding, Cleveland officials said today.
Raise it, Cain: Kansas City Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain chosen MVP of ALCS
Mexican police widen search for missing students, sending mounted officers and dogs into hills
Milwaukee police chief fires officer who shot man during struggle in downtown park
Otto Porter scores 19 points, short-handed Wizards beat Israel's Maccabi Haifa 101-95
Obama administration asks judge to stop plans for release of videotapes of Gitmo prisoner