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New York Says It's Time To Flip The Switch On Its Power Grid

Officials want to overhaul the state's energy grid. Experts say the plan would help utilities withstand severe weather events, but it would also require a massive re-engineering of the power system.

Here's What's Becoming Of America's Dead Shopping Malls

What happens when shopping malls die? Often they're turning into medical centers, churches, schools and universities and new suburban downtowns.

To Protect Ebola Workers, Georgia Charity Ships Thousands Of Protective Suits To West Africa

As another Ebola patient is being treated at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, a Georgia-based medical charity is making sure health workers in West Africa are protected from the deadly virus.

Veterans' Care Emerges As A Key, Bipartisan Issue In Campaign Ads

"We don't see foreign policy events, the crisis in the Middle East, even border security here at home appearing in campaign ads to nearly the same degree," says one political ad expert.

Ukrainian President Offers Limited Autonomy For Rebellious Region

Petro Poroshenko is offering a bill to grant special status to parts of the country's restive east, but he reiterates that there will be no concession on sovereignty.

Dogged By Controversy, A Jewish Sect Is On The Move Again

Members of Lev Tahor left Canada with trail of allegations of child abuse. Then leaders of the Guatemalan village where they settled asked them to leave. The sect is again looking for a new home.

Rhode Island Sets November Matchup For Governor

State Treasurer Gina Raimondo, who won the Democratic nomination, will face Cranston GOP Mayor Allan Fung in a heavily Democratic state with a history of electing GOP governors.

Obama To Push Military Campaign Against Islamic State Militants

Experts say it's not so much the American people that the president has to convince, but the Middle East leaders he's counting on for help.

Get The Measles, Get Ready To Be Out For Two Weeks

Many people think of measles as a mild childhood illness. But people who got the measles during outbreaks in the United Kingdom say they were so sick they missed two weeks of school or work.