This week’s properties include a Georgian farmhouse in New Hampshire, a home with an orchard in Arizona and a midcentury modern in Pasadena.
Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who fell ill with Ebola after treating a Liberian patient who died in the U.S., is free from the virus and will be discharged from a Maryland facility.
A yawning income gap in Connecticut has come to the fore in a combative governor’s race, with Gov. Dannel Malloy and Republican Tom Foley seeking to tap voters’ unease to tip the balance.
New York Gov. Cuomo said he planned to ride all of the subway lines used by a 33-year-old physician who has been diagnosed with Ebola after returning from Guinea.
Two people were killed and four others were injured—with three reported in critical condition—in a shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Wash.
Former White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler has withdrawn her name from consideration as President Barack Obama’s nominee for attorney general, a White House official said.
Ahead of midterm elections, competition in the capital for party venues with a view is fierce.
The weakness of Iraq’s U.S.-trained military is a growing international worry as Islamic State fighters threaten Baghdad, with attacks as close as 12 miles west of the capital.
In a warning flag for Democrats, recent polls suggest the party is failing to draw enough support from women in three key Senate races—in Iowa, Arkansas and Colorado—to offset the strong backing that men are giving to Republicans.
Members of a House oversight committee said Friday that a new Ebola case in New York City raises questions about quarantine procedures applied to U.S. troops and aid workers in the region on their return to the U.S.
North Korea may now have the ability to miniaturize warheads, a top general says, a capability that could let Pyongyang mount nuclear weapons to missiles.
Some influenza-vaccine makers have delayed shipments to U.S. doctors and pharmacies because of production problems, forcing some health-care providers to put off vaccinations as flu season gets under way.
The Federal Communications Commission said it is delaying to 2016 a highly anticipated spectrum auction in which TV broadcasters will sell airwaves so they can be used for mobile broadband.
New books that circumvent established norms and smash accepted verities to smithereens.
The Obama administration is close to naming a permanent top auto-safety regulator amid criticism of the agency’s handling of large air-bag recall, which an administration official on Friday called “suboptimal.”
Mr. Christie will give the keynote speech at a big Iowa fundraising event, a sign of the weight he has given to building relationships in the battleground state, especially with Gov. Terry Branstad.