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(Frederick, MD) -- Air traffic control recordings have been released from Thursday's mid-air collision between a helicopter and small plane in Frederick, Maryland. Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board are going over the recordings, as well as witness...
(New York, NY) -- New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio will provide an update soon about that city's first confirmed Ebola case. During a news conference yesterday, the mayor told New Yorkers the city is prepared to deal with the situation and there's no cause for alarm. The...
(Bethesda, MD) -- One of the nurses who contracted Ebola in Texas is being released from a Maryland hospital. Officials at the National Institutes of Health say Nina Pham is now virus free. She had contracted Ebola while treating Thomas Duncan, who was the first person to be...
(Hartford, CT) -- A draft report due out soon will reportedly show that Newtown, Connecticut school officials had an incomplete picture of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza's mental health history. The report is expected from the state Office of Child Advocate in November. The...
(Undated) -- Upcoming Oscars host Neil Patrick Harris apparently wasn't the first choice for the gig. According to "The Hollywood Reporter," producers first begged Ellen DeGeneres to return and host the Academy Awards. They also asked Chris Rock and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who both...
(Washington, DC) -- The Commerce Department is reporting a rise in new home sales for the month of September. Single-family home sales increased point-two percent last month to 467-thousand units. That's a six-year high. However, numbers from August were revised down by about 40...
(Washington, DC) -- A House hearing will investigate the Ebola crisis today. New White House Ebola czar Ron Klain was invited but will not testify. Presidential spokesman Josh Earnest said Klain only started his new job on Wednesday and will not be available. The top witness...
(Washington, DC) -- U.S. officials say they are studying claims that ISIS militants may have used a chemical weapon against Iraqi police officers. A spokesperson for the National Security Council says they are looking into a report by the Iraqi Defense Ministry that ISIS forces...
(Ottawa, Quebec) -- The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are continuing to look for anyone who may have provided support to Michael Zehaf-Bibeau . RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson said the investigation should rapidly determine if Zehaf-Bibeau received any help in planning his attack...