Nina Pham, the nurse who contracted Ebola in Dallas, flew to the National Institutes of Health in Maryland, but not before filming a thank-you/goodbye video for friends and colleagues.
A second health worker at Dallas Presbyterian Health Hospital was diagnosed with Ebola on Wednesday morning. Apparently the nurse had traveled by air from Cleveland on Monday.
This week we get a World War II-set ensemble drama, so you know it's that time of year when all the Oscar-hopefuls start crowding up the screens at your local multiplex.
The second-ever diagnosis of Ebola in America occurred this weekend, but still, there's no reason to panic. You won't catch Ebola, don't worry.
The Liberian man who was diagnosed last month with Ebola, the first such case in the United States, died Wednesday morning at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
Another week, another batch of wildly different offerings at the theaters: a little horror-fantasy, some Oscar-minded courtroom drama and a children's-book adaptation.
Two teachers at Destrehan High School in Kenner, Louisiana, have been arrested for allegedly having group sex with an underage student.
Three big movies arrive in theaters this weekend: a sequel to a 2013 horror blockbuster, an Oscar-hunting thriller and the film adaptation of a bestselling book series.
Hitting theaters this week are a couple of vastly different films aiming for vastly different audiences.
What had been a pretty slow month of September, movie-wise, is about to get a major jolt, with four new films hitting theaters this week. Here's a look at your suddenly bountiful choices:
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