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Police: 2 die in school shooting near Seattle

A student at Washington state's Marysville-Pilchuck High School walked into the school's cafeteria, went up to a table with students, "came up from behind ... and fired about six bullets into the backs of them," witness Jordan Luton told CNN.

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4 issues raised at the Ebola House hearing

One day after the fourth case of Ebola was diagnosed in the United States, lawmakers met with administration and public health officials in an already-scheduled congressional hearing to hash out some concerns about the handling of the deadly virus.

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San Francisco guide's Chinatown rant goes viral

A San Francisco tour guide's expletive-laced rant about Chinatown on her last day of work has angered a metropolis used to celebrating the diverse and welcoming City by the Bay.

Man attacks police with hatchet

Assault on NYC police stokes fears

A hatchet attack on New York City police officers and two back-to-back attacks on uniformed officers in Canada have raised questions about whether the incidents may have been motivated by the attackers' alignment with radical Islam.

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Ebola outbreak: Get up to speed

A doctor in New York City tests positive for Ebola. The European Union pledges more funds to fight the deadly virus. And a military response team begins training.

With multiple developments under way, here's the latest on the Ebola outbreak:

U.S. DEVE...

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NYC's first Ebola patient: Where he's been

A doctor who recently returned from Guinea has tested positive for Ebola -- the first case of the deadly virus in New York City and the fourth diagnosed in the United States.

Here is a timeline of Craig Spencer's movements since he got back from the ...

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'Fortunate and blessed': Nina Pham beats Ebola

Nina Pham was the first person to catch Ebola on U.S. soil, and now, 13 days after testing positive, she has been declared free of the deadly disease.

Her first order of business will be to hug her dog, Bentley, she said Friday.

She invoked God and sci...

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President Obama hugs Ebola-free nurse

Before Nina Pham headed back home to Dallas, Texas, she made one exciting final stop.

The 26 year old nurse, who is now Ebola free, met with President Obama in the Oval Office this afternoon, where the president gave Pham a big hug.

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Officials: Doctor with Ebola had no symptoms until Thursday

A Doctors Without Borders physician who is the first diagnosed Ebola case in New York City jogged along the Hudson River, rode the subway, took a cab, went bowling, visited a coffee stand at a Manhattan park and ate at a meatball shop since returning...

Ferguson, Missouri rally

Ferguson on edge as grand jury ruling looms

There is never a day where at least one person isn't outside the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department sitting or standing near an anemic tree, the only place for a bit of shade.

At night, the crowd tends to swell, and the protest grows more intense....

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2 dead in school shooting near Seattle, sources say

A school shooting has been reported at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington, about 35 miles north of Seattle.

Craig Spencer

America's Ebola patients

An American doctor who was working with Ebola patients in Guinea was been diagnosed with the disease after returning to New York. Learn more about him and America's other Ebola victims.

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Notable food recalls

A North Carolina producer of peppers and hot sauces is voluntarily recalling 6,215 pounds of fresh serrano chili peppers because some tested positive for salmonella. Here are other notable food recalls that made headlines.

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Famous first tweets

The Queen is on Twitter! Check out what she had to say and other famous first tweets.

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Who could run in 2016?

It may seem premature, but attention has already turned toward potential 2016 presidential candidates. See who might run for president in 2016.

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Most affordable big U.S. cities

Kiplinger.com recently compiled a list of the most affordable places to live in the United States based on several factors. Take a look at th2014 list of the most affordable big cities in America.

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Richest person in each U.S. state

Private wealth consultancy Wealth-X has compiled a list of the richest person in each of the 50 U.S. states. Take a look at some of the more notable wealthy figures and find out where they reside.

Ottawa, Canada shooting

Soldier killed, suspect dead in Canadian shootings

Shots that rang out in the Canadian capital Wednesday left a soldier and a gunman dead.

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Richest British celebs under 30

British entertainment magazine Heat has published its annual list of the richest British celebrities under 30. Take a look at the rankings.

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Americans detained abroad

After five months of detention in North Korea, Jeffrey Fowle arrived back in Ohio early Wednesday for an emotional reunion with his family. Here's a look at other Americans who have been detained abroad and their fates.

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Shooting witness: 3 students 'just fell from the table'

A fellow student recounts the moments leading up to the shooting at a Marysville, Washington, high school.

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Police official: Marysville-Pilchuck school shooter dead

Authorities "are confident that there is only one single shooter" Friday at Washington state's Marysville-Pilchuck High School, and a police official confirmed he is dead.

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Students run following reports of school shooting

Students run from a high school in Marysville, Washington, following reports of a shooting Friday afternoon.

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Nina Pham: I feel fortunate, blessed

Nurse Nina Pham says she feels fortunate and blessed to be declared free of Ebola and says she continues to reflect on other victims who have not been as fortunate and pray for others suffering from the disease.

Bus driver beats would-be purse snatcher

Bus driver beats down would-be purse snatcher

A bus driver in Chile caught a man who tried to snatch a woman's purse off guard when he trapped the man's arm in the door, took off and beat him with a bat until he reached a police station.

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NY doctor with Ebola in isolation

Dr. Craig Spencer has tested positive for Ebola after returning to New York from Guinea, where he was treating Ebola patients. Officials says Spencer had no symptoms until he was rushed to the hospital Thursday, and before that, he was out and about in New York City.

Nina Pham's dog Bentley

Dog in Ebola quarantine has 'handled it like a pro'

Get an inside look on the care nurse Nina Pham's dog, Bentley, is receiving as health officials make sure he's free of Ebola.

More details released on Canadian gunman

New video of Ottawa gunman released

New details are emerging about Michael Zehaf Bibeau, the man suspected of gunning down a Canadian soldier before running into the main Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa.

Group wants support for immigrant detainees

Group seeks support for female immigrant detainees

A group called the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services is raising funds to help immigrant women and children being held in detention south of San Antonio, Texas.

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Calif. tour guide apologizes for racist rant

A retiring tour guide in San Francisco has apologized after video of her racist rant went viral.

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