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'Black Lives Matter,' NYC Mayor Says After Grand Jury Doesn't Indict Officer

The encounter between Eric Garner and officer Daniel Pantaleo caused an uproar after video footage was released. It showed Garner gasping "I can't breathe."

From German Teen To ISIS Jihadist: A Father's Struggle To Understand

Manfred Karg's 19-year-old son, a convert to Islam, is one of at least 60 Germans killed fighting alongside ISIS militants. Karg says efforts to stop the flow to Syria and Iraq are taking too long.

Sen. Rand Paul Introduces Declaration Of War Against ISIS

The Kentucky lawmaker introduced the measure because, he said, President Obama does not have the authority to wage a war against the so-called Islamic State.

Protesters Use #DieIn To Rally In Aftermath Of Grand Jury Decision

The protests at Grand Central Terminal and other places follow the announcement that a New York police officer won't be indicted in the death of Eric Garner over the summer.

Keyboardist Ian McLagan Dies At 69

He was in the English rock bands Small Faces and Faces, and he also played keyboard for the Rolling Stones. McLagan died today in Austin, Texas. He was 69.

17 States Sue Obama Over Immigration Actions

Texas, which is leading the states, filed a lawsuit in federal court in the Southern District of Texas. State Attorney General Greg Abbott said the president's action "tramples" the Constitution.

In New York, Video Chat Trumps Quarantine To Combat TB

Ebola isn't the first dangerous microbe to spur calls for quarantine in American cities. But as New York City's experience with drug-resistant tuberculosis suggests, isolation isn't always best.

In Rural Alabama, Fighting HIV With A Game

In rural Alabama, HIV infection rates are among the highest in the nation, but talk of the virus is largely taboo. One researcher is hoping to break through the stigma with a video game.

Startling Statistic: Only 8 Patients In Largest Ebola Hospital

The hospital in Liberia was erected this summer in a field. It has 250 beds. It was full as recently as October. Now it is nearly empty.

Earliest Human Engraving Or Trash From An Ancient Lunch?

Carved zigzag marks on a shell found more than a century ago have drawn new interest from archaeologists. The half-million-year-old lines aren't from an animal, and might be art from Homo erectus.