Alaska, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Arkansas will vote to increase their minimum wage to at least 8.50 hour.
City of Dallas asks dozens of hospital employees who helped treat Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan to sign an agreement promising to stay away from the public.
President Obama appoints new "Ebola Czar"; GOP continues to push for travel ban from West Africa.
A Carnival cruise ship carrying a lab technician who handled Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan's blood samples has been refused port entry in Mexico.
Ron Klain will oversee effort to stop spread of the deadly virus inside the United States.
Ebola patient Nina Pham will be moved to the National Institutes of Health facility in Maryland for treatment; Amber Vinson already sent to Atlanta.
Plane that carried Ebola patient Amber Vinson given intense cleaning; aviation expert says thorough scrub down is not part of normal airline protocol.
Congressional hearing focuses on mistakes already made and controlling Ebola moving forward.
Researchers at Tulane University are working to develop a blood test that could detect the Ebola virus in a matter of minutes.
Doctors at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital defend their reputation; say hospital is safe
In Alabama the CDC is training health care workers to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
More Americans now support a "boots on the ground" strategy for combating ISIS.
Second patient tests positive in Dallas; traveled on Frontier Airlines flight.
Doing what financial advisors recommend, and setting aside at least three to six months' worth of living expenses, can seem like an impossible task. Heck, almost half of adults don't have enough saved to tackle a $1,000 emergency, be it medical bills or auto repairs.
It's time for an autumn clean up or you may be forced to pay up come winter.
According to the IRS, more than a quarter of the nearly 13 million taxpayers who requested an automatic six-month extension this year have yet to file their return.
How much water do you use everyday? Too much water usage may get you fined in some states.
A new poll indicates a growing number of Americans feel that ground troops will be necessary to defeat ISIS.
President Obama meets with Arab leaders to discuss the fight against ISIS.
Large storm system already blamed for two deaths pushes through the Carolinas.
More U.S. troops leave for West Africa; American patients show progress.
Eric Holder's successor isn't expected to be named until after the midterm elections.
Researchers say even those living abroad, but with distant Danish heritage, score higher for life satisfaction than indigenous people in their country of residence.
The company used information on things such as average student debt, unemployment rate and percentage of students in past-due or default status to establish its rankings.
Only about a third of those polled say the US is doing all it reasonably can to try and prevent more cases of Ebola.
A team from the Centers for Disease Control is trying to determine how nurse Nina Pham contracted Ebola while treating Thomas Eric Duncan.
CDC rethinking approach to Ebola after Dallas nurse contracts the virus from a patient.
Defense chiefs from 10 Arab countries meet with President Obama Tuesday to find the best way to defeat ISIS.
According to the latest national numbers, more than 2,700 people have called poison control this year to report exposure to the chemical.
Concerns over the spread of the Ebola virus resurface as a health care worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan contracts the disease.
A Michigan child passes away after being diagnosed with Enterovirus D-68.
The case is still under investigation.
President Obama is set to meet with defense ministers from 20 different countries to talk about how to fight ISIS.
French professor Jean Tirole has been awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his "analysis of market power and regulation," the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced Monday.
Stricter voter identification laws have been struck down by federal courts in Texas and Wisconsin.
The U.N. General Assembly has met regarding the current Ebola virus crisis including updates on the victims in the United States.
Seven hundred soldiers from Fort Campbell are training for the battle against Ebola.
He shares the prize with fellow child and women's advocate Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan.
Gas prices have fallen as much as 40 cents a gallon since July 4th, and may fall further.
Illinois teen accused of attempting to join ISIS appears in court; Canada says dozens of militants may have returned from Syria.
Blood tests confirm that deputy who had contact with Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan did not contract the virus.
A growing number of people are being killed from trespassing or walking on or along railroad tracks.
There are questions surrounding the death of Thomas Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S.
Nevada and Washington, D.C. are the only districts where seniors have incomes above the savings benchmark.
Government implements tougher screenings; Secretary of State Kerry calls on more nations to step up in fight against Ebola.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, has died.
Health care workers and volunteers bound for West Africa are undergoing training at a special facility in Alabama.
The deficit is the gap between how much the government spends and how much it collects over the year. It borrows to make up the difference.
Millions of taxpayers could see a delay in their tax refund next year if Congress doesn't act on a list of temporary tax laws that expired late last year.
In the fight to keep Ebola from spreading in this country, health officials are employing the most advanced technology.