Sierra Leone’s chief ebola doctor, Sheik Umar Khan, passed away from the disease after news of his diagnosis broke just last week. Khan was credited with personally treating more than 100 ebola patients before he contracted the disease.
A brain scientist in Arizona was arrested after he brought his AR-15 rifle into a terminal of Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix Friday.
A tornado touched down in Revere, Mass. Monday morning, taking down trees, crushing cars and causing structural damage. Police are advising people to avoid the Boston suburb for the time being.
Tito Morales died Monday morning after being wedged between the 18th and 19th floors in an elevator shaft of a Bronx public housing building. EMS workers pronounced Morales dead at the scene.
Nancy Writebol is the second U.S. citizen to be diagnosed with ebola in Liberia. She and her husband, David, left for Liberia in August as missionaries with the Christian group, SIM. There is no cure for ebola.
A doctor from Texas, who moved to Liberia to help treat ebola patients, has contracted the deadly disease himself. Dr. Kent Brantly is just one of several health workers in Western Africa who have contracted ebola after working with patients in isolation. There is no cure for the disease.
Bill Simon, Walmart’s U.S. president and CEO, will be stepping down from the position, the retailer announced Thursday. Simon had held the position since June 2010.
UT Longhorns football star Kendall Sanders has been arrested along with team mate, Montrel Meander, charged with a sexual assault that happened on the University of Texas campus in June.
An inmate in Arizona spent the last moments of his life gasping and snorting for air after being injected with a drug combination never-before tested by the state to precipitate his execution. Joseph Wood was convicted of a double-murder.
Sierra Leone’s chief Ebola doctor, Sheik Umar Khan, has contracted the deadly virus after personally treating more than 100 patients with the virus. The disease has no cure and has killed more than 90 percent of people infected.
More than 1,600 StubHub users and credit card holders are victims of an international cybercrime ring spanning from New York to Russia. The criminal operation stole personal information from StubHub users to buy and resell tickets for profit.