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  • In Dallas, fear of Ebola seeps into daily routines

    In Dallas, fear of Ebola seeps into daily routines
    The deadly Ebola virus has struck three people all living within a few miles of one another — and of Christine Carey. Since the first patient was diagnosed Sept. 30, Carey has been attending news conferences and pestering public officials to...
  • Demand outpaces driver's licenses for immigrants in Colorado

    For Cristina Chavez it has become a middle-of-the-night ritual. For the last two months, after a long shift of cleaning offices, the 33-year-old who is in this country illegally logs onto her computer about 1 a.m., trying for her first driver's license in...
  • As second nurse is infected with Ebola, her air travel heightens fears

    Fears grew Wednesday that more medical workers may have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus after a second Dallas nurse fell ill and health officials scrambled to alert scores of airline passengers who had been on a jet with her. After weeks of...
  • Aid group has set the gold standard on Ebola safety

    Aid group has set the gold standard on Ebola safety
    The decontamination ritual, performed dozens of times a day here at the Ebola treatment unit run by Doctors Without Borders, resembles a slow dance. Two European medical workers emerge from the high-infection zone and raise their arms, turning slowly in...
  • Activist dives in dumpsters across the U.S. to highlight food waste

    Activist dives in dumpsters across the U.S. to highlight food waste
    Rob Greenfield is standing barefoot and shirtless in a dumpster when he finds the strawberries. He's ravenous after bicycling more than 60 miles, so he stops rummaging through bags and boxes to open the container of strawberries and pop one into his...
  • Suspect indicted in Benghazi attack that killed U.S. ambassador

    Ahmed Abu Khatallah, who is suspected of helping direct the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, was indicted Tuesday as the "leader of an extremist military group" who conspired to carry out the fiery ambush that killed...
  • New Mexico's dwindling chile crop has farmers anxious

    Every year before the chile harvest, bad memories of 2009 stew in the back of Faron Lytle's mind. That was the year the chile farmer was forced to plow under a large portion of his red chile fields because he couldn't find enough hands for the harvest....
  • No 'quick fixes' in battle with Islamic State, Obama says

    No 'quick fixes' in battle with Islamic State, Obama says
    Amid growing signs of the limits of the U.S.-led air campaign against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, President Obama appealed for the public's patience Tuesday as he met with more than 20 defense chiefs of nations he enlisted in the struggling...
  • New Ebola case in Texas raises worries about U.S. health system

    New Ebola case in Texas raises worries about U.S. health system
    A second Ebola case in Texas — identified Sunday as a hospital worker who cared for the Liberian man who died last week from the disease — is raising fresh doubts about the preparedness of the U.S. health system to handle the deadly outbreak....
  • In Vegas wedding chapels, a red carpet for gay couples

    The Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel's first same-sex ceremony Friday was traditional by Sin City standards: no Elvis, no Marilyn, no glitzy faux backdrop of Blue Hawaii, Egypt or Camelot. But for Chris Brentin, 31, a psychologist who grew up dreaming of...
  • Tom Steyer's climate change crusade focuses on midterm races, for now

    Tom Steyer's climate change crusade focuses on midterm races, for now
    Tom Steyer wants to save the planet, but first he wants to know about the U.S. Senate race in Iowa. Seated in a hotel coffee shop, with a packet of data in his lap, he bursts with questions for the political strategists arrayed around the table: How...