As Ebola spreads, states enact stricter quarantines

Ebola has infected more than 10,000 people in eight countries.

When parents kill: FBI data reveal disturbing patterns

Kristi Hooper's husband killed their toddler twins, then himself, during a custody battle.

High school cafeteria worker tried to stop gunman

Relative says victims were friends, cousins with gunman.

NYC police: Hatchet attack was terrorist act

It appears the attacker — who converted to Islam two years ago — became "self-radicalized."

Israeli forces kill U.S. youth in West Bank clashes

State Department calls for "speedy and transparent investigation."

Hillary Clinton: It's not businesses that create jobs

Hillary Clinton makes a comment reminiscent of Obama's "You didn't build that."

Google exec sets space jump record

A 57-year-old Google executive is the world's new space daredevil.

GOP congressman apologizes for suicide comments

Alaska's Don Young roiled state with remarks at high school where student committed suicide.

Remains at Va. farm belong to Hannah Graham

The University of Virginia student's remains were found at an abandoned farm last week.

Gunman shoots 3 deputies, killing 2 in California

A suspect was apprehended after a manhunt near Sacramento.

Dallas nurse is Ebola-free: 'I feel fortunate and blessed'

Nina Pham speaks on her treatment outside NIH center.

With fewer choices left, cancer patient turns to mom

With fewer days and choices left, cancer patient Jill Conley relies on her mom.

Millions volunteer for Make A Difference Day

The nation's largest day for volunteerism, Make A Difference Day helps millions in need

Tweeters slam Ebola doc's subway, bowling foray

Social media abuzz after Craig Spencer goes and out about in the city despite having been to West Africa.

World's first 'dead heart' transplants successful

Australian breakthrough could save the lives of 30% more heart transplant patients.