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(Washington, DC) -- Not only is Dallas nurse Nina Pham free of Ebola, but she also has some Oval Office pictures to share. President Obama hugged Pham after she was discharged by the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Pham contracted Ebola while treating Thomas...
(Sacramento, CA) -- The California Highway Patrol reports at least three officers have been shot in Placer and Sacramento counties. The CHP says they were shot by a man and woman described as being heavily armed. A search is underway near the community of Auburn in Placer County...
(Arlington, VA) -- Pentagon spokesman John Kirby is insisting that the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS is working. However, he is repeating warnings that it will take a long time to degrade and defeat the terrorist group. In a Pentagon briefing Friday, Admiral Kirby brushed off...
(Marysville, WA) -- Two students are dead following a school shooting in suburban Seattle. One of the deceased is the alleged gunman. A hospital spokesperson in Everett, Washington says they are treating three young patients who were wounded in a shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck...
(Atlanta, GA) -- A second Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola is now free of the virus. Officials at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta say tests no longer detect the virus in Amber Vinson's blood. Earlier today, Nina Pham left the National Institutes of Health in Maryland after...
(Marysville, WA) -- There's a heavy police response to a reported school shooting in Washington State. The incident happened at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, which is north of Everett. Students are being evacuated from the school. There are reports that the...
(New York, NY) -- One of two New York Police officers wounded in a hatchet attack is still in critical condition. A police spokesman said the officer had emergency surgery after being struck in the head yesterday. Police declined to comment on a possible motive and stopped short...
(Washington, DC) -- The head of a national nurses union is challenging U.S. preparedness for an Ebola outbreak. Testifying in a House hearing, Deborah Burger cited a nationwide survey of nurses and said 85-percent feel they are not adequately trained for Ebola. She said the...
(Arlington, VA) -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is warning about a "long, difficult effort" to destroy ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Hagel told a Pentagon briefing that ISIS controls a significant chunk of territory. He said U.S. military advisers are working to help get Iraqi...