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September is voter registration month, but inspiring Americans to register and vote isn't always easy. Especially with politicians held in such low esteem. So some groups and a few election...

The State Election Board had decided to move forward with an investigation into potential voter registration fraud.

The board voted unanimously at an emergency meeting Wednesday afternoon...

Pres. Obama’s visit Tuesday to Atlanta’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highlighted the agency’s key role in quelling the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. So far, the CDC has sent more...

It was an ordinary Friday. Courtney Brown, 24, of Kalamazoo, Mich., was busy looking for a job. "I've applied all kinds of places," she says. "Wal-Mart, Target, Verizon Wireless."

Then she...

The United States has begun its first-ever airstrikes in direct support of Iraqi ground forces, in the opening move of what could be a protracted fight against so-called Islamic State militants in...

Imagine a job where about half of all the work is being done by people who are in training. That's, in fact, what happens in the world of biological and medical research.

In the United...

The Ebola virus had been circulating in Guinea for roughly three months before doctors and international aid organizations finally detected it.

It was hiccups that eventually gave it away,...

The manager of a popular nightclub in Macon said the decision to ban smoking inside the establishment was strictly business. When Hummingbird Stage and Taproom manager Tim Oblegoner announced that...

Doctors and hospitals treated more patients and collected more payments in the spring as millions gained insurance coverage under the health law, new figures from the government show.

But...

The third American aid worker to catch Ebola in West Africa has been given two experimental treatments, doctors...

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