A powerful storm spawned tornadoes from Texas to Illinois, killing at least two people and injuring several others.
You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
The World Health Organization calls Ebola “unquestionably the most severe acute public health emergency in modern times” and says “the world is ill-prepared to respond to any severe, sustained, and threatening public health emergency.”
A Texas healthcare worker has tested positive for Ebola. Dallas Judge Clay Jenkin told a news conference: “That healthcare worker is a heroic person who provided care to [Thomas Eric] Duncan.”
The Republican lawmakers told BuzzFeed News terrorists are infiltrating the U.S. from the southern border, even as Homeland Security officials deny those claims.
The president made the announcement after a nurse in Madrid was confirmed to be the first person to contract Ebola outside of West Africa since the beginning of the outbreak.
A man thought to be homeless is at “low risk” for Ebola, authorities said in a press conference on Sunday.
Staff at a detention center in Karnes City, Texas, traded sex with immigrant women for money and promises for help, according to a complaint filed Thursday.
The state was previously permitted to enforce laws that forced all but eight abortion facilities in the state to shutter.
UPDATED: Dallas officials relocated the family of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan to an isolated location. Officials are also monitoring 50 people who had contact with him, and say that 10 people are at “high risk” of exposure.
The man arrived in the U.S. from Liberia on Sept. 20 and began to show symptoms of the virus on Sept. 24, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A handful of other people may have been exposed.
You can travel the world, but few places are quite like Texas.
“Thousands of mothers and children who have suffered humanitarian atrocities will be unlawfully repatriated,” one activist says of new detention facility in Dilley, Texas.
The 34-year-old Texas woman didn’t want to steal money or hurt anyone. So why did she trick people all over the country into believing she was still in high school?
It’s unclear whether or not the man was armed.
This GRAND gesture didn’t go unnoticed.
UPDATE: The NFL star is on leave with pay “to take care of his personal and legal issues.” He has been excluded from all Minnesota Vikings team activities until he resolves the child abuse charges he’s facing in Texas.
Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off Sept. 15 and this is how dozens of Latinos across the country self-identify and answer the question: #WhatLatinoMeansToMe.
National Geographic’s Instagram is a thing of beauty, and it’ll take you on a tour of our planet.
Texas democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, known for her filibuster of the state’s 20-week abortion ban last year, says she had an abortion in 1997.
Three officers pinned the teenage girl down because she refused to give up her cell phone. The school district is investigating the incident.
Photos posted to Facebook of the kind deed have gone viral.
The law would have required abortion clinics to meet hospital-level operating standards, but opponents argued it would make it too costly to remain open.
Does not play well with others.
Maybe things are bigger in Texas.
“You must ride horses everywhere!” *rolls eyes*
The F9R test vehicle was launched Friday from the company’s facility in McGregor, Texas.
A native Texan and father reminded us what the cause is really for.
It’s more than a region, it’s a state of mind.