Texas Presbyterian in Dallas released a video of Nina Pham just prior to her transfer to the National Institutes of Health clinical center for treatment
Police in Auburn, Wash., believe they have located the body of Misty Upham, the "Django Unchained" actress missing since Oct. 6
10/16: Nurse outlines hospital's lack of preparedness for Ebola patient; Foliage fans flock to the Northeast
Brianna Aguirre, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital feels the hospital was not adequately to handle an infected patient, or protect their employees from the virus; and, "Leaf-peepers" flock to New England to see the colors of Autumn on display. Vermont officials say a good foliage season is big business for the local economy.
While meeting with federal health officials the president also said a travel ban from nations afflicted with the virus may not be very effective
A list of organizations offering important prevention information and support
Vermont expects a $460 million boost to their economy from travelers coming to see the Fall foliage
Veteran amputees use CrossFit to help others recover from war injuries
Is access to clean water a right or a perk? The U.N. is sending two experts to investigate the city's controversial actions
Dozens injured after sightseeing train and a freight train collide in northwest Arkansas
While her murder conviction stands, prosecutors have one more shot at securing a death sentence with the new jury in the penalty-phase retrial of Jodi Arias
Cefaly, a high-tech headband device, has shown promise preventing migraine headaches. Kathy Walsh of KCNC reports.
Officials say it's to help financial institutions find red flags that might indicate illegal activity
Student researcher helped monitor Ebola outbreak in Liberia last month
Football teams across the country have overhauled their stadiums with upgrades that might just make you forget there's a game on the field
Pistole, who oversaw significant changes in passenger screening at airports, will depart his post at the end of the year
County considers taking action in wake of nurses who cared for Liberia patient becoming infected with deadly disease
But Lauren Hill's first game for Mount Saint Joseph University will also be her last
Nina Pham is one of two nurses at Texas hospital who was infected with Ebola after caring for a Liberian patient with virus
Preview: A major league record-holder who was banned from baseball for gambling on games while managing the Cincinnati Reds, Pete Rose talks to correspondent Lee Cowan about why he jeopardized his sports career.
Preview: The former Cincinnati Red who was blackballed for gambling talks to Lee Cowan about his chances of being voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.