Royals eliminate A's on Salvador Perez's walk-off single in 12th
The Kansas City Royals had waited 29 years to reach the postseason. They weren't going down without a fight.
How The CDC Will Make Sure Ebola Doesn't Spread in U.S.
The CDC will trace people exposed by the first Ebola patient diagnosed in U.S.
Obama Rode Elevator With Armed Man With Criminal Record
President Obama rode an elevator with an armed security contractor who had a criminal record during a recent visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Josh Hamilton: OK for playoffs
Los Angeles Angels slugger Josh Hamilton says he's feeling better and is ready for the playoffs later this week.
Tony Sparano named interim coach
The Oakland Raiders named Tony Sparano as their interim head coach Tuesday, less than 24 hours after firing Dennis Allen.
FBI investigating case of inmate left in cell for weeks
The FBI is now investigating how an inmate in need of mental health care was left in his cell for weeks. State regulators say Harris County Jail 'at risk'
Davis goes on attack in final debate against Abbott
With the news late Tuesday that a man hospitalized in Dallas has tested positive for the Ebola virus, the debate began with questions about how the candidates would handle Ebola, should a patient test positive while they were in office.
California Mayor Shot, Killed at Home
The mayor of Bell City, California was shot to death in his home. His wife is being held in the crime.
U.S. case of Ebola sparks travel concerns
People are wondering what authorities are doing to prevent people with the virus from coming into the United States
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Harris County Jail 'at risk'
The State Commission on Jail Standards said it was concerned Texas' largest jail could slip below minimum standards
UTMB doctors part of Ebola fight, trying to create vaccine for deadly virus
Even before Dallas reported the nation's first confirmed case of Ebola, doctors in Galveston has been working on a vaccine and treatment for the deadly virus that has killed more than 3,000 people in western Africa