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.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, has died at a Texas hospital.
The life expectancy in the USA is now 78.8 years.
As early as this weekend, America's airports will begin screening body temperatures of passengers arriving from Ebola zone countries.
New concerns about soldiers who are heading to Africa to help fight the spread of the deadly virus.
The winners are Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell and William E. Moerner, the Nobel committee announced Wednesday.
Doctors say Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan is showing some improvement, but remains on life support.
Islamic State fighters take strategic town near Turkey's border; former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta says U.S. ground forces are needed.
Same-sex couples are getting married in more states, but the issue is far from resolved. Some supporters and opponents of same-sex are expressing frustration with the lack of a Supreme Court decision.
4-year-old boy dies of Enterovirus.
New anti-viral drug being tested on Texas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan.
The U.S. is stepping up the fight against Ebola.
New study reports paying for college with plastic costs more than you think.
The Department of Veterans Affairs says it is firing 4 senior officials.
Two scientists in Japan and one at the University of California at Santa Barbara were awarded this year's Nobel Prize in physics for helping create the LED light, a transformational and ubiquitous source that now lights up everything from our living rooms to our flashlights to our smart phones.
Studies find hands-free, eyes-free features are still distracting to drivers.
Supreme Court declines to take up gay marriage cases, a move that will strike down bans in several states.
Doctors say Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan is "critical, but stable"; cameraman Ashoka Mukpo arrives in Nebraska for treatment.
Ebola patient and NBC freelance cameraman Ashoka Mukpo arrives at Nebraska Medical Center for treatment.
Ebola-infected NBC cameraman Ashoka Mukpo arrives in Nebraska for treatment.
Latest report shows lowest jobless rate in six years, plus slow but steady economic improvement.
Texas family visited by Ebola patient remains in isolation; potential cases monitored in Atlanta and Washington.
Ebola Patient Ashoka Mukpo and the NBC Crew he was a part of will return to the United States for treatment and quarantine.
Marriott was charging as much as $1,000, per device, just to log-on.
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Hourly wages and average work weeks have also increased.
The United States has already committed to sending 3,000 troops to the region.
The Obama administration deported a record-breaking 438,421 people in 2013, an increase of about 20,000 from 2012. That included about 198,400 immigrants with criminal records.
Health experts say the risk of contracting Ebola from a fellow airline passenger is low.
Family of Texas Ebola patient told to stay in their apartment; health officials tracking dozens more for observation.
Health officials say more than 80 people came into contact with Ebola patient currently being treated in Texas.
That is up 13 points from last October and is the highest positive view of the economy since 2008.
Arizona State University researcher who helped develop anti-Ebola drug says the virus is slow to spread, which will help contain the outbreak.
After much scrutiny, the head of the Secret Service has stepped down.
Health officials confirm that Texas Ebola patient was sent home after his first trip to the hospital.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson steps down in wake of recent presidential security breaches.
Ebola patient undergoes treatment in Texas as health officials work to stop any possible spread of infection.
Since its creation, NASA has landed 12 astronauts on the moon and 4 rovers on mars.
Rhode Island's health department says a 10-year-old girl died last week with Enterovirus D68 and a staph infection.
Health officials vow to halt potential spread of Ebola inside the United States after confirmation of case in Texas.
The Secret Service Director was on Capitol Hill undergoing tough scrutiny from lawmakers.