Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a hard virus to study, but pharmaceutical companies are working on it.
As the New Jersey governor barnstorms the U.S. ahead of a possible presidential run, he wins a case letting him hide who is funding his tour.
Accounts of severe cold in U.S. Border Patrol facilities abound. Advocates say it's intentional, but there's no official explanation.
Russia's latest media crackdown makes Putin critics online provide their home addresses.
Since the last Gaza truce in November 2012, Israel has violated the truce 191 times and the Palestinians have violated it 75 times.
Naturally occurring bacteria have been consuming toxic hydrocarbons after the BP oil spill.
The Export-Import Bank hasn't changed -- but the two parties' positions on taxpayer subsidies to corporations have.