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NIH to admit American healthcare worker with Ebola virus disease

NIH to admit American healthcare worker with Ebola virus disease

 The National Institutes of Health (NIH) expects to admit to its hospital tomorrow an American healthcare worker who has tested positive for Ebola virus disease.

Ohio police seek serial pooper

Police in Akron, Ohio are working to identify a man believed to have repeatedly defecated on multiple cars and children's front yard toys in one neighborhood over the last three years.
Who are the 2 fraternity students expelled at the University of Oklahoma?

Who are the 2 fraternity students expelled at the University of Oklahoma?

 (CNN) -- One is a former high school cornerback who also loves baseball. The other is a football fan who also played competitive golf.
Father of baby who survived river crash: 'I'm counting all my blessings right now'

Father of baby who survived river crash: 'I'm counting all my blessings right now'

 (CNN) -- The father of baby Lily, found by rescuers after her mother's car flipped into a river, says she's doing great and that he feels blessed.
2 police officers in Ferguson ambushed, chief says

2 police officers in Ferguson ambushed, chief says

 (CNN) -- Two police officers standing guard outside the Ferguson, Missouri, police department were shot early Thursday in what St.

Athletes defend cheerleader with Down's syndrome from bullies in stands

A bully banished, a girl's smile restored, and three junior high basketball players learn that taking a stand can make a difference.
5 things to know for your New Day -- Thursday, March 12

5 things to know for your New Day -- Thursday, March 12

Ferguson erupts after police chief resigns. Homeland Security investigates Secret Service agents. And Iraqi forces advance in Tikrit. It's Thursday, and here are the 5 things to know for your New Day
Reward offered after police find 2 dead skunks with anti-Obama message

Reward offered after police find 2 dead skunks with anti-Obama message

Fairfield, CT (WTIC) -- Police are asking for help to find someone responsible for an incident involving two dead skunks and anti-Obama messages.
Tax Cheats: St. Louis Metro rises to #3 in identity theft cases

Tax Cheats: St. Louis Metro rises to #3 in identity theft cases

St Louis, MO (KMOV) -- Tax fraud is a big problem across the country, but it's an enormous problem in St. Louis. The metro area is near the top of a list no one wants to be on.
Sheriff Arpaio bans Jodi Arias' visitors

Sheriff Arpaio bans Jodi Arias' visitors

Phoenix, AZ (KPHO) -- Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is banning Jodi Arias' fans from visiting her in jail via video chat. On Tuesday, he banned 10 of her most regular visitors.
Ashton Kutcher says dads diaper, too!

Ashton Kutcher says dads diaper, too!

 (CNN) -- A Facebook post by actor Ashton Kutcher lamenting the lack of diaper changing tables in public men's rooms has parents talking.
Did Jesus really have a brother?

Did Jesus really have a brother?

 (CNN) -- In November 2002, the world was captivated by the biggest archaeological discovery ever made relating to Jesus: a 2,000 year-old ossuary -- or bone box -- bearing the tantalizing inscription in Aramaic: "James, son of Joseph
Yoga for triathletes

Yoga for triathletes

 Editor's note: Dana Santas is the creator of Radius Yoga Conditioning, a yoga style designed to help athletes move, breathe and focus better.
Vegetarians who eat fish could be greatly reducing their risk of colon cancer

Vegetarians who eat fish could be greatly reducing their risk of colon cancer

(CNN) -- Dropping red meat, and sticking to a plant-based diet that incorporates fish may be the key to preventing colorectal (colon and rectum) cancers, according to a seven-year study published Monday.