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Health officials across the country are urging people not to panic about an Ebola outbreak as details emerge about the first patient diagnosed in the U.S. The CDC says every hospital in America has a plan in place to stop the disease in its tracks.
The man being treated for the deadly Ebola virus in Dallas was reportedly seen vomiting on the ground outside of his apartment before going to the hospital. The virus is transmitted through bodily fluids.
A Tallahassee police officer is under investigation and on paid leave after he was caught on camera deploying a taser into an unarmed 62-year-old woman's back as he was attempting to arrest her.
What happens when you're no longer an actual housewife? Well, in the land of reality TV, you get kicked to the curb and demoted to "recurring friend." USA TODAY's Arienne Thompson examines what this ridiculousness means.
Sabrina Allen, who was abducted in 2002 in Texas at age 4 by her mother, has been rescued near Mexico City and returned to the United States, the FBI said Wednesday.
Wayne Brady expands his do-it-all repertoire with Week 5 NFL picks for USA TODAY Sports. He also imagines his life as a pro football player and wonders which NFL player would make a good comedy partner.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned Wednesday, a day after her congressional testimony about lapses in President Obama's security drew calls for her dismissal.
Jurors found Michael Dunn guilty of first-degree murder for killing a teenager over loud music.
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USA TODAY's Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page takes a look at the balance of power in Congress as we head into the midterm elections.
Shannon Rae Green reports on an art installation that took 5 satellites and lots of volunteers to place 2,000 tons of sand and 800 tons of soil to create a photo-realistic sketch.
Once a talented painter, Mariam Pare was paralyzed at the age of twenty and could no longer paint the way she had always known. Her disability didn't stop her and she now is an even better painter, but in a different way.
The Secret Service confirms another violation of protocol. Just days before the highly publicized White House fence-jumping incident, President Obama rode an elevator with an armed security guard with a criminal past.
USA TODAY Sports' George Schroeder breaks down the biggest games of a key weekend in college football.
Tracy Morgan is speaking out against Walmart after the company blamed him for his own injuries in a car crash involving the comedian's limo bus and a Walmart truck earlier this year. Morgan is suing the company for negligence.
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