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Ebola: What is it and what you need to know

The deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus on record has sparked fears that the killer virus could spread from West Africa to other regions and continents.

GOP-led House authorizes lawsuit against Obama

The Republican-led House approved a resolution on Wednesday authorizing Speaker John Boehner to sue President Barack Obama. The vote was 225-201.

Kim Kardashian's game makes $700,000 a day

 Kim Kardashian is famous for doing nothing. Now she's got a game that's pulling in $700,000 a day where players have to do, well, nothing.

Teen raped on lawn at Keith Urban show, police say

A teenage girl was raped at same Keith Urban show where 20 people got so drunk they were hospitalized, police said.

Former US sex slave: I was chained in basement and sold

Law enforcement and rescuers of sex slaves report that because of a saturation of human trafficking in the deep South, more human traffickers are bringing young girls to Middle Tennessee.

Deadliest ever outbreak of Ebola virus: What you need to know

It began with a just a handful of cases in Guinea in March.

Bowe Bergdahl could be questioned next week about capture

Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl could meet next week with the general who's looking into how the now-freed prisoner of war was captured by the Taliban in 2009, his attorney said.

Amid fundraising onslaught, Obama set to lambast Republicans over lawsuit

KANSAS CITY, Missouri (CNN) -- Days before Congress' summer break begins, President Barack Obama planned to use a morning speech here to lambast Republicans who are preparing to sue him rather than taking action on some of his agenda items. Demo

White House mulls steps on immigration it can take on its own

As Congress wrestles with legislation aimed at easing the southern border crisis, the White House is considering steps President Barack Obama can take on his own to address an immigration system widely viewed as broken and in need of reform. One

More VA employees said they were told to falsify data

Roughly half the schedulers at multiple Veterans Affairs hospitals said they received instructions from supervisors to falsify data and hide the true time it took patients to be seen by a doctor after making an appointment, new details from an intern