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Town In Hawaii Prepares For Possible Evacuation Ahead Of Lava Flow

On the state's Big Island, the town of Pahoa is packing up to leave if the flow from Mount Kilauea continues its advance.

Pro-Western Parties Sweep Ukraine's Parliamentary Elections

Exit polls show parties allied with President Petro Poroshenko have won a clear majority, but the results are likely to further anger Russia.

In The Hospital, A Bad Translation Can Destroy A Life

When patient and doctor don't speak the same language, it's not enough to have an ad hoc interpreter. You need an adult fluent in both languages who can also cut through medical jargon.

N.Y., N.J. Say Quarantine Will Keep Some People At Home, Not At Hospitals

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that individuals who may have been exposed to Ebola will be required to remain at home for three weeks. New Jersey said it, too, would allow home quarantine.

Did Led Zeppelin Plagiarize 'Stairway'? A Pa. Judge Will Decide

You know that opening riff to Led Zeppelin's 1971 hit "Stairway to Heaven"? It sounds very, very similar to the 1968 song "Taurus" by the band Spirit. A lawsuit about the issue is moving forward.

As Downtown LA Grows, So Does Urgency To Fix Skid Row

In Los Angeles, more than a thousand people sleep on the street in cardboard boxes and tents just a mile away from City Hall. Many want to fix Skid Row, but how to do it is extremely controversial.

Macon & Eggs: The Lincoln-Douglass Debates Revisited & Real Talk About Ebola

The debates of 1858 were not as high tech as the debates of today are, but folks were more engaged in government. Why? Plus, the truth about Ebola.