A man with Ebola in Dallas was initially sent home from the hospital with antibiotics after seeking treatment for an unknown illness, officials said.
The man, whose name wasn’t released, is the first case of the deadly viral infection to be diagnosed outside of Africa. -
Two friends of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have already been convicted of impeding the investigation into the deadly attack.
Next week, a third friend will go on trial for allegedly lying to authorities investigating the bombing.
Robel Phillipos is charged with making false statements while he was questioned about his movements on the night of April 18, 2013, three days after the bombings... -
A man has beheaded a woman after a workplace dispute in Oklahoma, U.S. law enforcement officials told CNN on Friday. He also tried to kill another woman, officials said.
The incident happened late Thursday afternoon at a Vaughan Foods processing plant in Moore, about 10 miles south of Oklahoma City. -
Republican lawmakers are raising alarm that Secretary of State John Kerry is putting too much on the table in talks over Iran's nuclear program -- as Tehran reportedly tries to leverage its cooperation in the Islamic State crisis in return for nuclear concessions from the U.S. and its allies.
The White House denies that any such trade-off is in the works. -
Aberdeen's Old Town House, an 18th century brick building replete with clock tower and cockerel wind vane, was restored a decade ago with great care.
Walls were treated with plaster lined with horse hair, while the beams were strengthened with nails designed not to split the aged wood. -
Newly independent states typically struggle to make their way in the world, even in the most favourable conditions.
Kosovo's declaration of independence in 2008 was enthusiastically backed by the US, Britain, and many other governments. -
When the elevator footage of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was released this week, where Rice is seen striking his then-fiancee, public reaction was clear and consistent...
There’s a seedy trade in compromising photos stored in Apple iCloud accounts, and it is in part aided by a software program that cleanly collects the data.
Some of the nude celebrity photos are believed to have first been circulated on Anon-IB, a definitely not safe-for-work forum. -
When social media turned up the art of email marketing took a back seat with many marketers. But with Facebook organic reach reducing, email has become the new cool kid in the class.
It’s better to ask someone for their email instead of waiting for them to “like” you. Having a healthy email list and high open rates is now essential. -
Just before Google Inc. went public 10 years ago, co-founder Larry Page said he wanted to get the search engine's users "out of Google and to the right place as fast as possible."
Today, Mr. Page's Google often is doing the opposite: Providing as much information as possible to keep users in Google's virtual universe. -