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    'Mistake' in how hospital handled Ebola case?

    The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola on American soil went to the emergency room last week, but was released from the hospital even though he told staff he had traveled from Liberia.


Thomas Eric Duncan Ebola victim

Timeline of America's first Ebola case

The first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States -- now identified as 42-year-old Thomas Eric Duncan from Liberia.

Pierson resigns

Secret Service director resigns

In the wake of stunning security lapses, and the day after a grilling on Capitol Hill, the head of the U.S. Secret Service announces her resignation.

Trooper killed Pennsylvania exercise

Pa. trooper killed during training exercise

A state trooper in Pennsylvania was shot and killed during a training exercise.

Dog rescued from hot tar

Dog rescued after being stuck in hot tar

A 5-month-old dog that fell into hot tar spilled around a construction site in northern India was eventually saved by a four-hour rescue operation. (Warning: Graphic content)

Coyote hurt in California wildfire

Coyote hurt in Calif. wildfire released into wild

A coyote injured during a California wildfire is re-released into the wild.

Chickens slaughtered California

Burglars slaughter nearly 1,000 chickens

Nearly 1,000 chickens were beaten to death with a golf club at a poultry farm in California in a massive case of animal cruelty.


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Secret Service police car

What to know about the Secret Service

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, who has faced intense scrutiny over the Sept. 19 White House security breach, has resigned, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Here's what you should know about the highly secretive agency.


What to know: Enterovirus

A respiratory virus that has sickened hundreds of kids has parents across the country worried. Here's what to know.

Testing for Ebola

Common myths about Ebola

The first U.S. case of Ebola has been diagnosed in Texas. But before you panic, take a look at common myths about the deadly virus.

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