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A 17-year-old male has been arrested in connection with a shooting last week at a nightclub where 15 people were wounded, Miami police said.
A teenager was arrested at O'Hare International Airport and accused of attempting to provide aid to ISIS, officials say.
To avoid an Ebola outbreak, the United States should start enhanced screening and quarantines at borders, Texas Gov. Rick Perry says.
A handwritten letter thought to have been written by the suspect in the ambush of two Pennsylvania State Police troopers details how he shot the officers and then escaped, two sources tell CNN.
As another American patient with Ebola arrives in the United States, here is a look at the American patients who have been diagnosed with this deadly virus.
Scientists racing to develop something that will stop the largest Ebola epidemic in history are trying a variety of experimental drugs on patients.
It's what the court didn't do that has same-sex couples flocking to the courthouse for marriage licenses.
An American patient treated for Ebola in Nebraska then released is now in isolation in a hospital in Massachusetts. And an Ebola patient in Dallas has slipped into critical condition.
An ultra-marathoner trying to "run" from Florida to Bermuda in a human-powered inflatable bubble was rescued Saturday morning after he signaled for help, the Coast Guard said.
Paul Revere, leader of the 1960s rock band Paul Revere and the Raiders, died Saturday at his home in Idaho, the band's website reported. He was 76.
Sam Kane Beef Processors of Corpus Christi, Texas, has recalled 90,987 pounds of ground beef products after consumers complained about finding pieces of metal inside the meat, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday.
A Jewish fraternity at Atlanta's Emory University was spray painted with swastikas Sunday morning -- shortly after the end of one of the holiest days in Judaism.
45 years ago, while on patrol in Vietnam's Mekong Delta, Dennis Joyner was suddenly faced with his own mortality. He never heard the explosion that destroyed his legs and left arm, but be clearly saw what had happened to his body.
Rather than take to the streets of Ferguson, these demonstrators took their demands to the seats of the symphony.
Doctor Gilbert Mobley wore a hazmat suit and strolled through the world's busiest airport to make a point about Ebola.