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MS high school football coach gives opposing team his 2nd string QB

Monday night's JV football game in Brandon, Mississippi began just like any other game for Brandon Bulldog's quarterback Mason Mathieu.

Ohio woman sues sperm bank after racial mix-up

At five months pregnant, Jennifer Cramblett and her same-sex partner, Amanda Zinkon, learned that Cramblett had been inseminated with the wrong sperm, and that the donor was of a different race.

Health officials confirm Texas Ebola patient was sent home after first trip to hospital

Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian national and the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, continues to fight for his life inside a Dallas, Texas hospital.

After much scrutiny, the head of Secret Service steps down

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson has stepped down, one day after testifying before Congress about recent security breaches at the White House.

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigns

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson has stepped down, one day after testifying before Congress about recent security breaches at the White House.

VIDEO: Woman wears hidden bra cam for breast cancer awareness

Smile, you're on candid bra camera? Yes, that's a hidden camera, not a button, out to catch people checking out her cleavage whether ordering coffee or just walking down the street.

CDC team tracking down anyone who may have had contact with TX Ebola patient

The first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States continues to receive treatment from a team of experts inside Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

Health officials vow to halt potential spread of Ebola after confirmed case in Texas

The first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States continues to receive treatment from a team of experts inside Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

Secret Service Director undergoes tough scrutiny from lawmakers

Lawmakers are outraged at what they call a "lack of concern" by the President's protective detail.

Health officials confirm first case of Ebola diagnosed in U.S.

A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, health officials announced Tuesday.

Veteran AZ teacher fired for actions while defending bullied student

Pam Aister spent 25 years as a teacher in the Fountain Hills Unified School District. Monday night, she lost her job as a fourth-grade teacher at Four Peaks Elementary School.

Congress probes Secret Service failures

Secret Service director Julia Pierson testified Tuesday on the security breach that occurred at the White House 11 days ago, calling the events that transpired "unacceptable".

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps arrested on DUI charge

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was arrested early Tuesday morning in Maryland on a DUI charge, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.

Body of missing Arkansas real estate agent found in shallow grave

The body of missing Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter has been located north of the Little Rock area, the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said early Tuesday.

Doctors wonder if 10 CO children with polio-like symptoms have enterovirus outbreak

Ten children in Colorado have developed a polio-like illness that is causing paralysis in some kids. Now doctors are wondering if the cases are linked to an enterovirus spreading quickly across the country.