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The Louisiana workers allegedly skimped on amoeba testing and lied about it.
Activists, militants say Islamic State group fighters seize weapons airdrop meant for Kurds
Jury says Texas maker of highway guardrails should pay $175 million in damages over design
North America treated to partial solar eclipse Thursday, safe viewing urged to protect eyes
Golden Gate Bridge officials again looking at charging bicyclists, pedestrians a sidewalk toll
New York warns that Ocwen may have misled "hundreds of thousands" of subprime borrowers
Peter Daland, who coached Southern California and Olympic swimming champions, dies at 93
Kansas candidate Orman runs low-profile campaign: skip the speeches, handshakes, baby-kissing
Only about 80 or so people attended Adam Daniels??? demonic service but it was enough to draw nearly 2,000 Christians from all over the region for a massive protest against it.
The 33-year-old has opened up via Twitter about how he still is not sure how he contracted the disease but does not regret going to Liberia to help spread the word about Ebola's impact on west Africa.
Iran president promises to support Iraq as fresh wave of militant bombings kills 30
The N.Y. attorney general accused the company of targeting underage students to mix its drinks with alcoholic beverages.
Rwandan officials want to screen Americans amid Ebola fears.
Feds issue a new response to help stop the spread of the deadly virus.
Total CEO killed in Russian runway crash; investigators say snowplow driver was drunk
At just 26 years old, Carmen Electra said she found out her mother Patricia had a brain tumor in the late 1990's. "We all just knew and I came home and everyone was really quiet," she told Oprah Winfrey about the death of her mother for the series "Where Are They Now?" "At that point, she couldn't walk and she couldn't talk. I remember saying, 'Mom, just let go,'" she added. "Literally, a couple days after coming home, she died."
Google and other tech giants are taking are taking a half-billion dollar leap on a mysterious start-up that could change the way people interact with computers.
Swedish naval ships, helicopters and troops on the ground have expanded their search for what they believe is a foreign submarine in distress not far from their coast.
The moment a bright light streaked across the night sky in Trussville, Alabama, was captured on video last night.
Shia LaBeouf knew early on he didn't "want to be Tom Cruise." When the likes of Ben Affleck and Steven Spielberg told him to calm down and act more like Cruise or Tom Hanks, he responded that "though I respect both Hanks and Cruise, it just didn't appeal to my sensibilities. They're both great actors. But I just didn't feel like we were cut from the same fabric."