Authorities confirm that a body was found during the search for missing U.V.A. student, Hannah Graham.
Canada is in mourning after a gunman went on a shooting spree inside the country’s parliament and killed a soldier at the National War Memorial.
Ashoka Mukpo, the NBC News freelancer who contracted Ebola, is 'relieved' to be back in the U.S. for treatment.
Preparing for Ebola has taken on added urgency in hospitals across the country following missteps in the handling of the Dallas Ebola patient.
After news that a health care worker who treated Dallas Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan was diagnosed with the virus, the integrity of the precautions being taken are being called into question.
Dr. Kent Brantly received a blood transfusion from an Ebola survivor and has now donated nearly a gallon of his own blood to patients like Nina Pham.
An American Airlines flight from San Francisco to Dallas makes an emergency landing in San Francisco after the walls of the plane became loose.
Brian Williams and Chuck Todd, NBC political director and Meet the Press Moderator, discuss the 2014 political races to watch.
There's only one way to check up on the condition of Missouri's Gateway Arch, the tallest man-made monument in the Western hemisphere.
In the White House briefing room officials said they were looking for an "implementation expert," rather than an Ebola expert.
In one of the strangest debate moments in modern politics, Florida Gov. Rick Scott initially refused to come onstage because of a small electric fan.
About 40 million Americans are in the path of storms that have already left thousands without power, claimed one life and caused heavy damage.
Many dealers say they don't have the replacement parts for the recalled Takata air bags, with one Texas car dealer saying it could take months.
The cause of the air tanker crash that killed Craig Hunt, a 13-year veteran pilot and father of two, is still under investigation.
A surprising amount of health care workers are showing a lack of confidence in the preparations in place to protect them from the Ebola virus.
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