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Nina Pham, one of two nurses working at Texas Health Presbyterian hospital who contracted Ebola while treating an infected patient, says her employer was negligent
03/01/2015 09:44:30pm
The $250,000 race car was spotted on the side of a quiet stretch of road in Georgia, nearly 50 miles from where it was stolen. Jason Aubry reports for WGCL-TV.
03/01/2015 09:22:27pm
Thieves apparently dumped the No. 44 $250,000 race car on a rural stretch of Georgia road where no one could see them unloading it
03/01/2015 08:42:07pm
Snow, ice and cold continue from Colorado to New England; Boston poised to break 20-year-old winter snowfall record
03/01/2015 08:19:25pm
The latest on the Department of Homeland Security funding, U.S.-Israel relations, and a panel on politics with House Speaker John Boehner, Senator Dianne Feinstein, and 2016 Republican candidate Mike Huckabee.
03/01/2015 07:34:27pm
"I have baseball in my blood," said the "Cuban Comet," who broke into majors two years after Jackie Robinson; All-Star played in Cleveland, Chicago, Washington
03/01/2015 07:23:01pm
Comedy show pokes fun at joining Islamic extremist group with a dad-daughter sketch that some say is in bad taste
03/01/2015 07:17:20pm
Miss the second half of the show? The latest in the discussion on U.S.-Israel relations.
03/01/2015 07:18:27pm
This week’s moment in nature leaves you in the winter stillness of Yellowstone National Park.
03/01/2015 04:00:37pm
"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is about a socially awkward 15-year-old boy starring Alex Sharp, who tells Jane Pauley he considers the role a beautiful responsibility. She also hears from some autistic students share their fascination with the character.
03/01/2015 03:56:27pm
It's been nearly half a century since Leonard Nimoy first played the logical half-human, half-Vulcan Mr. Spock on the TV series "Star Trek," a role that has proved immortal. Charles Osgood reports on the legacy of the actor who died this week at the age of 83.
03/01/2015 03:36:58pm
At a Gainesville, Texas, juvenile correction facility for felony offenders, one of the few perks, for very good behavior, is a chance to leave the prison a few times a year to play basketball. Steve Hartman reports on the surprise awaiting the Gainesville Tornadoes, who usually have no cheering fans, when they visited Vanguard College Prep in Waco.
03/01/2015 03:24:28pm
The early American photographer Robert Cornelius - credited with taking the very first photographic self-portrait in America - was born in Philadelphia 206 years ago today. Charles Osgood reports.
03/01/2015 02:54:27pm
Steve Fuller is the Winter Caretaker of Yellowstone National Park - one of just a handful of hearty souls who remain in the wilderness long after the summer tourists have gone. He's stuck out the solitary existence of the position for 42 years, ever since the winter of 1973. Lee Cowan reports.
03/01/2015 02:53:06pm
Victor Barnard found on tropical beach after being on U.S. most-wanted list for 59 counts of sexual misconduct with girls at his religious fellowship in rural Minnesota
03/01/2015 02:41:52pm
March 1, 1809, was the birthday of photographer Robert Cornelius, credited with taking the first photographic self-portrait in America
02/26/2015 08:58:45pm
At an elevation of more than 7,000 feet, two hours by snowmobile from the nearest town, Steve Fuller spends the season in solitude amid the national park's timeless beauty
02/26/2015 09:12:48pm
Police believe two cars were street racing when the driver of a Mustang lost control and ran into a crowd; one driver still at large
03/01/2015 01:00:20pm
Both UFC competitors went into bantamweight title match unbeaten; dramatic conclusion reached in short order
03/01/2015 05:37:51am
New Jersey officer responding to a suspicious vehicle call at an elementary school treated for knee and abdominal injuries
03/01/2015 04:51:54am
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