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NBC News Freelancer Declared Free of Ebola

The cameraman diagnosed with Ebola while working in Liberia as a freelancer for NBC News will be allowed to leave a biocontainment unit Wednesday.

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Website to Look Up Recalled Cars Crashes

The government search site for drivers to look up whether their cars have been recalled because of air bag problems remained down Tuesday night.

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U.S. Girls Stopped in Germany, Apparerntly En Route to Syria

The three girls, 15 and 16, were stopped in Germany over the weekend and sent home — and there are indications the girls planned to go to Syria.

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Nurse With Ebola Upgraded to Good Condition

No further information was made public, but federal health officials said Nina Pham was grateful for her nationwide outpouring of support.

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Boy Raises $800K to Fight Friend's Rare Disease

The money is funding research at the University of Florida led by Dr. David Weinstein, who says a cure for the disease is on the horizon.

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FBI: Three American Girls May Have Been Trying to Join ISIS

Three American teenagers were detained at an airport in Germany while apparently on their way to join ISIS in Syria.
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ISIS Claims It Intercepted Weapons Dropped by U.S. Military

The U.S. military said one of the bundles did go off course, but was destroyed by an airstrike to keep it from falling into the wrong hands.
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Travelers From Ebola-Hit Nations to Use Only Five U.S. Airports

New rules are in effect for travelers from Ebola-hit countries in West Africa as the feds move to calm nerves in the U.S.
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North Korea Frees American After Months of Imprisonment

Jeffrey Fowle, an American detainee from Ohio, has been released, but two other Americans remain in custody in North Korea.
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Automakers Widen Recalls Over Potentially Deadly Air Bags

The number of recalled vehicles has grown to 16 million, and the federal government is urging car owners to get their air bags repaired immediately.
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Schools Close as Manhunt Continues for Alleged Cop-Killer

It was a nerve-wracking day in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains after possible sightings of suspect Eric Frein led authorities to cancel school.
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Cadaver Dog Searches Indiana Buildings in Suspected Serial Killings

Investigators used a cadaver dog Tuesday to comb abandoned buildings after a man confessed to killing seven women and hinted that there could be more.

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Consumers and Retailers Concerned About Hacking

Hackers are stealing millions of financial records from banks resulting in thefts from bank accounts, credit card accounts and businesses. Steve Handelsman reports.

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Man Tells President: 'Don't Touch My Girlfriend'

The lighthearted warning made as Barack Obama cast a ballot in early voting in Chicago elicited laughter from his embarrassed girlfriend.

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Small Tails, Big Bail: $1.4M Bond for Man Arrested on Lobster Violations

A Miami man who has been arrested multiple times for having undersized lobster tails is behind bars once again — and now bond was set at $1.4 million.

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Prominent Florida State University Fraternity Suspended

Campus police say they are investigating an alleged sexual battery that occurred at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house on Oct. 11.
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Scared to Death? Teen Has Heart Attack at Haunted House

Christian Faith Benge, 16, had a collapsed and died while at the "Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park" in Middletown Friday night.

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Court Orders Mental Health Exam for White House Intruder

A judge ordered the evaluation within 30 days during a hearing for accused White House fence-jumper Omar Gonzalez, charged in the Sept. 19 breach.

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Get Ready for the Midterms: Meet the Voters

Election season is upon us.

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Dallas Residents Shrug Off Ebola Fears

A month after Thomas Eric Duncan became the first person in the U.S. to be infected with Ebola, Dallas residents say they aren't worried.



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