Health and New York City officials were trying Friday morning to follow the trail of a young emergency room doctor who traveled about the city for three days before being hospitalized for the Ebola virus
The New York City police shot and killed a man identified as 32-year-old Zale Thompson in multiple media reports, who attacked officers with a hatchet in the middle of the day in the Queens section of the city
Picking up where they left off, U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her Republican challenger Scott Brown on Thursday used their latest debate to again emphasize their differences on immigration, the Islamic State group, Ebola and their efforts to help small businesses
More registered Republicans than registered Democrats have cast a ballot during early voting in Iowa for the first time in a modern-day election, according to a GOP memo
Islamic State militants are amassing a fortune through their web of criminal activity, including earning roughly $1 million a day from oil smuggling alone, according to a Treasury Department official who on Thursday provided unprecedented details about the illicit financial network
A federal judge has dismissed all counts of a lawsuit filed by a Tea Party group against the IRS claiming it was targeted for special scrutiny
R-N.Y.; House Homeland Security Committee
R-Ill.; chief deputy whip
Former director, CIA & NSA
Fox News military analyst
Fox News Medical A-Team
Staff writer, The Weekly Standard
Editor-at-large, HotAir.com; Fox News contributor
Senior vice president, Global Strategy Group
Fox News digital politics editor
Rep. Peter King faulted the Obama administration and the president himself, Monday, for a series of Ebola missteps and the resulting hysteria surrounding the virus in the U.S.
"Clearly we weren't prepared," King said onDiscuss this Video Article →
An infectious disease expert attempted to alleviate fears, Friday, after a Dallas lab worker believed to have handled Ebola specimens was self-quarantined aboard a Carnival Cruise ship.
"The cruise ships are actually veryDiscuss this Video Article →
Fox News' Dr. Marc Siegel is calling the successful use of Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly's blood to treat other patients an "exciting" development for the medical community.
"Historically, using blood doesn't work thatDiscuss this Video Article →