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Maine judge rejects quarantine orders for nurse who treated Ebola patients

Kaci Hickox, the nurse who returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa a week ago, and who has been publicly defying calls for her to isolate herself, is now free to come and go as she pleases.

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo plane crashes, pilot reportedly dead

Virgin Galactic announced Friday that its SpaceShipTwo plane crashed in California, after suffering from a "serious anomaly" in-flight.

Candy corn was once called 'chicken feed,' and 25 other Halloween facts

Did you know pumpkins weren't the original carving vegetables of choice? Gourds, turnips, and beets were originally used for carving jack-o-lanterns as Halloween decorations.

Obama: In 10 years, Republicans won't call it 'ObamaCare' anymore

President Obama made a bold prediction today regarding the future of his signature health care reform law while speaking at an event on women and the economy at Rhode Island College.

RNC officials' Halloween costumes: 'Democrats running away from Obama'

Employees of the Republican National Committee in Washington had an interesting idea for Halloween costumes.

Dem Sen. Mary Landrieu: The South hasn't been 'the friendliest place' for blacks

The incumbent Democrat, who is locked in a tight re-election battle with Republican Bill Cassidy, also said that race is a reason President Obama has struggled in Southern states, NBC News reports.

The identity behind the internet's favorite dancing pumpkin is finally revealed

Every year, much like the Great Pumpkin, it resurfaces on the web: a video, under two minutes, of a man in a black body suit and a pumpkin mask dancing to the Ghostbusters theme song.

Sarah Palin: Louisiana senate race will be a 'shocker'

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) thinks GOP candidate Rob Maness will make a surprise victory on Tuesday.

Satanists made a coloring book for schoolchildren

The battle over who gets to indoctrinate schoolchildren is in full force in Florida — and it's being fought over coloring books.

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Woman returns Pompeii relic 50 years after stealing it

The Canadian woman took the relic with her as a souvenir from her honeymoon in Campania, Italy, in 1964.

The latest Halloween scare: Fake priests hanging out in cemeteries

Police in the Philippines are alerting citizens about fake priests looking to make a quick buck this Halloween.

Watch a leaked scene from Avengers: Age of Ultron

Good news for Marvel fans: Just a week after the trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron leaked, the internet has surfaced another (albeit grainier) sneak peek at the upcoming superhero blockbuster, shot by an audience member at a recent Marvel event: The leaked scene depicts a tense confrontation between Tony Stark (Iron Man) and Steve Rogers (Captain America) as they argue over what the Avengers should do next.

Construction crew drills too far, scrapes side of subway train

Disaster almost struck in New York City on Thursday, when a construction crew working on a commuter rail expansion project drilled too far down — and right into an active subway tunnel, scraping the side of an occupied subway train.

Obama's midterm losses could be historically bad

That prediction comes from Roll Call, which crunched the numbers and found that President Obama is actually on track to have the worst midterm record for a two-term president since Harry S.

Your reaction to a gross photo can predict your politics

A study published by Virginia Tech professor P. Read Montague in Current Biology indicates that brain scans taken while people look at disturbing images can accurately predict their political leanings.

Girls on Film: 4 female filmmakers who pioneered horror movies

If you're looking for a good new horror movie, there are plenty of directors whose works fit the bill.

Americans' biggest fears explained by ideology, education -- and TV habits

Clowns are scarier than ghosts and a bumpy flight is scarier than a stranger on a dark street — but public speaking is the most terrifying thing of all.

EPA threatens to fine man $75k per day for homemade pond

A Wyoming man named Andy Johnson got all the required state permits when he built a stock pond on his land a couple years ago.

Quarantine theater

What level of risk to Ebola infections can Americans be expected to tolerate? "Zero" is a comforting answer, especially when an exotic disease has a cinematic impact on the collective imagination.