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Hepatitis C case linked to Oklahoma dentist's office

An investigation into an Oklahoma dentist accused of potentially exposing patients to disease confirmed one case of patient-to-patient hepatitis C transmission, health officials said Wednesday. A total of 89 of W.

Coalition a must if Russia to help destroy Syrian stockpile, official says

Russia is willing to participate in the transportation and destruction of Syrian chemical weapons, but only as part of an international coalition, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Thursday.

Obama: Let's avoid 'apocalypse'

President Barack Obama again made his case that Congress must pass a budget and not negotiate on the health care law Wednesday, this time to business leaders. Obama blamed an "ideological faction" of the Republican Party for the "ideological fight

FBI barred from making Benghazi arrests in Libya

The Libyan government will not allow the FBI into Benghazi to arrest suspects for last year's deadly terror attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission, a top State Department official told a House panel on Wednesday.

Bush, Jindal offer input on Obamcare showdown

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Two potential contenders for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination weighed in Wednesday on the congressional battle over Obamacare that's now putting a government shutdown at risk. While former Florida Gov.

Brain-eating amoeba may be linked to Hurricane Katrina

A rare brain-eating amoeba that killed a 4-year-old boy in Louisiana may be a result of Hurricane Katrina. Tests of St. Bernard Parish water supply confirmed the presence of Naegleria fowleri.

'Facebook murder' suspect surveillance video

There's new video, released by the Miami Herald, from inside the home of Derek Medina who is accused of killing his wife and posting about it on Facebook, John Zarrella has the details.

VIDEO: Creepy clown appears in town, beep beep!

It's the nightmare of many children and adults. A creepy clown and it's spooking a quiet English town.

ONE DAY THIS WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE: 11-year-old boy donates money to police department

Most 11-year-olds spend their money on candy and video games. But there's a young man from Wisconsin who decided to do a good deed with his cash.