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Scientists: 'Positive' results in 1st human trial of experimental Ebola vaccine

 The first human trial of an experimental Ebola vaccine has produced promising results, U.S. scientists said, raising hopes that protection from the deadly disease may be on the horizon.

7 of the world's most beautiful lakeside lodges

(CNN) -- As far as bodies of water go, lakes are easily the most overlooked. Even hot tubs get more press.

Obama 'puzzled' by annual turkey pardon

President Barack Obama pardoned the national Thanksgiving turkey with a smile on Wednesday, but he admitted before saving the bird from it's likely demise that he found the decades-old tradition somewhat "puzzling."

Messy mix of snow, rain on the menu for Thanksgiving travelers

Don't be thankful for this morning's sunny, crisp fall weather just yet.

Michael Brown's father: 'They crucified his character'

Michael Brown's father says a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who killed his son changes his view of America.

Prisoners got $70 million from fake tax refund claims

Prisoners are filing bogus tax refund claims from jail, and some are actually getting away with it.

Darren Wilson says he's sorry but his conscience is clear

Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, in his first interview since the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, told ABC News Tuesday that he's not tormented by that fateful encounter in suburban St. Louis last summer.

Ferguson library sees donations roll in

Ferguson is in turmoil, but one community safe haven is getting a lot of attention. Schools were closed Tuesday, but the town's public library stayed open to give children a place to go.

Florida high school student uses social media to run prostitution ring

A bust at a high school in Venice, Florida has left students stunned. Isabel Mascarenas reports a student was using social media to run a prostitution ring.

More food banks serve hungry college students

They may be studying at high-priced institutions, but a growing number of U.S. college students rely on food pantries for their next meal.