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Danny and Amy have high-staked pressure to make their relationship work. The two have 90 days to get married or else Amy faces deportation back to her native South Africa.
Police: Colorado high school shooter had showed friend photos of Sandy Hook rampage
It might make sense to have one point person in charge of the ongoing Ebola situation in the United States, President Obama said from the White House tonight.
Ebola fear: Lawmakers press for travel ban from W. Africa; White House says it could backfire
Police: Body found near Washington river believed to be missing actress Misty Upham
1st Dallas nurse infected with Ebola virus headed to special NIH facility in Maryland
Nielsen says processing problems delay its weekly ratings file
Health officials are retracing the steps of Amber Vinson.
The latest Apple technology on your iPhone could mean that murders could go unsolved and kidnapped children might not be rescued, the head of the FBI warned today.
Judge sets November hearing in Nevada dog torture, killing case; protesters rally at court
Obama authorizes call-up of National Guard, reserves if needed in Ebola-stricken Africa
A Dallas nurse said today that the administrators of the hospital where two colleagues contracted Ebola should be ???ashamed??? that they asked the women to ???undertake this huge, monumental task??? of treating an Ebola patient without the proper equipment and training.
Apple's new tablets, iMac impress, but analysts say Apple Pay is more important strategic move
Hong Kong police swoop in to remove barricades at a protest zone in dawn raid
John Pistole, nation's travel security chief who instituted risk-based screening, to retire
The man accused of jumping a White House fence and running into the presidential mansion while carrying a knife now faces a new weapons charge.
The top American officials leading America???s response to fight Ebola in Liberia are comfortable that CDC safety guidelines U.S. personnel have been using are protecting them from catching the deadly virus. With as many as 4,000 U.S. military personnel expected to serve in Liberia in the coming months, the officials said the guidelines have succeeded in protecting troops from Ebola.
Her daughter told ABC News that she is still "saddened by our tragic loss."
Apple's event in Cupertino today was jampacked with product announcements, a hilarious phone call with Stephen Colbert, and new details about the Apple Watch.
Under withering questioning, the president of a leading guardrail company said today that his company did not tell a single state that used its product about design changes when they were made back in 2005 and in one case directly misinformed a state about it. The changes, the plaintiff in an ongoing trial claims, made the safety devices more dangerous for motorists across the country.