President Obama, warning that the disease could take hundreds of thousands of lives, called on other nations to help the United States as it leads the fight.
The Pentagon requirements are designed to keep the next leaker from making off with intelligence.
Twenty-one people, many of whom are doing work that touches on race relations, same-sex marriage, climate change and other issues that are dominating the news, have each been awarded "genius grants" from the MacArthur Foundation.
The new venture will try to provide a level of coordinated, high-quality and efficient care associated with only a handful of integrated health systems.
Combating the Ebola outbreak is a "national security priority" because it's spread could lead to dangerous instability in West Africa and beyond, President Barack Obama said.
Law enforcement officials said Tuesday they are hunting for a man they believe ambushed Pennsylvania State Police troopers, killing one and seriously injuring another.
The PBoC's liquidity injections into China's top lenders are viewed by some analysts as the major stimulus move markets have been waiting. But not everyone agrees.
It passes three bills to highlight complaints the IRS mistreated conservative political groups.
Law enforcement officials say investigators are searching near Lynchburg, Virginia, in connection with the unsolved 1975 abduction of two young sisters from Maryland.
Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano continues to move slowly through a vacant lot in a rural subdivision.
An upstate New York man accused of plotting to kill members of the U.S. military and others is now facing new charges that he tried to aid the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.
Opinion: Too many Americans do not understand the vicious cycle of domestic violence.
The company's tools have piqued interest because of the sheer amount of data Apple could collect.
Ray Rice took the first step toward a possible return to the football field Tuesday evening when the NFL players' union announced it had filed an appeal of his indefinite suspension by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
The intense blaze erupted Monday south of Weed, Calif. Elsewhere in the state, hundreds of firefighters battled about a dozen other persistent blazes.
The Children’s Health Insurance Program, known as CHIP, has helped cut in half the uninsured rate for children, but its funding is set to end in September 2015.
Opinion: Kids as young as 12 report illness from working in tobacco fields.