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Doctor With Ebola Enters Next Phase of Illness

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"It Will Take Time": Marysville Struggles to Heal After School Shooting

As one of five students shot in a deadly rampage at a Washington state high school showed signs of improvement, questions still remained as to why a popular freshman at the school shot two of his cousins and three girls, NBC News reported. Dozens of people attended a small vigil at a church Saturday, the second held since football player Jaylen Fryberg opened fire in the cafeteria of Marysville Pilchuck High School on Friday, killing one girl and wounding four before killing himself. Nate Hatch, 14, regained consciousness overnight but wasn't able to speak because he is intubated, his family said. The other three students, were still in critical condition. Read »
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2 Dead in SoCal Shooting: Sheriff's Dept.

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Quarantined Health Care Worker Denounces Treatment in NJ

Saturday, Oct 25, 2014 at 1:27 PM

Al Qaeda Commander Tweets Support for ISIS Hostage

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Wash. Shooting: First-Year Teacher Intercepted Gunman

A teacher on the job for only a few months played a big role in stopping the student gunman at a Washington state high school on Friday, witnesses and officials said, NBC News reported. Megan Silberberger, a social studies teacher, stepped in to halt shooter Jaylen Ray Fryberg when he opened fired in the Marysville Pilchuck High School cafeteria, said Randy Davis, the president of the Marysville Education Association. Four students were severely injured, and one was killed before Fryberg shot himself, according to police. Erick Cervantes, a student who witnessed the violence, said a teacher came through the cafeteria door and tried to swat the gun away from Fryberg before he aimed it at her. "She moved his hand, the weapon, and he shot himself," Cervantes said. Read »
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Iran Hangs Woman For Killing Alleged Rapist

Friday, Oct 24, 2014 at 7:49 PM

A History of School Shootings Since Newtown

Sunday, Oct 19, 2014 at 12:55 PM
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Ebola: NY Had Jump-Start, Dallas Had to Learn Fast

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Why the Flu Is a Much Bigger Threat to Americans Than Ebola

While Ebola is grabbing all the headlines, health care workers in the U.S. are worried about a much bigger and deadlier threat: the flu. Unlike Ebola, the flu could kill tens of thousands of people in the U.S. this year, doctors say. "Americans are far more likely to get the flu this year than they are to get Ebola, and actually, are far more likely to die from the flu this year than to die from Ebola," said Dr. Scott Wilber, of Summa Akron City Hospital in Ohio. Read »
Friday, Oct 24, 2014 at 5:37 AM

What You Need to Know: How the Ebola Virus Is Spread

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Colleagues: U.S. Dr. With Ebola Was Very Careful

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Friends: Woman Who Died Working 3 Jobs Had Untold Story

Saturday, Oct 25, 2014 at 2:15 PM

Feds to Recognize Gay Marriage in 6 More States

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