A health care worker who recently returned from West Africa is being isolated and checked for Ebola virus at New York’s Bellevue Hospital, city health officials said Thursday.
The mother of the Ottawa parliament attack gunman said Thursday she was crying for the victims of the shooting, not her son, according to The Associated Press.
Outside magazine’s Michael Roberts joins TODAY to show some important items you need on hand to survive harsh weather, including headlamps and thermoses.
As kids gear up for Halloween, police are warning parents about candy laced with marijuana in states where recreational cannabis is now legal. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
A man is being held for jumping the White House fence while the Secret Service deals with fallout from pulling an agent to help a co-worker's dispute with a neighbor. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports.
Violent protests flared up again in Ferguson, Missouri, Wednesday after results of Michael Brown’s autopsy were released. Protesters clashed with officers outside the police department.
Passengers whose seat belts aren’t buckled are 55 percent more likely to be critically injured in car crashes, yet many parents fail to buckle in kids. Now police are cracking down. Jeff Rossen reports.