Monday, December 22, 2014 As of 5:49 AM EST
The Ebola death toll continues to climb, especially in West Africa, but North Korea may soon lift its travel restrictions.
David O. Russell 'Abused' Amy Adams, Leaked Sony Emails Say
NASA’s Kepler Discovers New Exoplanet
Crude Hits $63 As Oil Firms Slash Projects
13 NFL Coaches On The Hot Seat
Will Marijuana Black Markets Still Thrive?
What If Pulling 'The Interview' Was The Right Decision?
Android Auto Could Mean Smartphone-Free Internet For Cars
The US Embargo On Cuba Goes Back To 1960
Florida Isn't Big Enough For Both Rubio And Bush
US Issues Rare Worldwide Travel Warning After Sydney Siege
In the first such alert issued by the State Department in 2014, the government urged Americans to maintain "a very high level of vigilance."
North Korea May Lift Ebola-Related Travel Ban: Death Toll At 7,373
Why Italy, Land Of Pasta And Pane, Is A Gluten-Free Paradise
In Italy, gluten-free isn't a fad diet. It's a serious issue for 'Celiacos.' That's why it's a great place to take kids.
As US-Cuba Relations Change, How Can Americans Visit?
Americans have been vacationing in Cuba for decades, thanks to indirect flights through Canada and Mexico.
Red Scarves And Blood: Scenes From Running Of The Bulls In Pamplona
The daring and foolhardy dash down the lanes of Pamplona.
For Quality, These US Airlines Soar The Highest
Last year was the best for airline performance in a quarter of a century, but that doesn’t mean it’s an entirely rosy picture.
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