This week’s properties include a Georgian farmhouse in New Hampshire, a home with an orchard in Arizona and a midcentury modern in Pasadena.
A Doctors Without Borders nurse who tested negative for Ebola after being put under mandatory quarantine in New Jersey lashed out Saturday at the move to force her detainment.
New York City hospital officials said Saturday that Craig Spencer, the doctor diagnosed with Ebola after returning from West Africa, ‘is entering the next phase of his illness.’
The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday authorized use of two new diagnostic tests for Ebola that can produce results in two hours, compared with what can usually take four hours.
Democrats in the close Senate election in New Hampshire have been trying to turn voters against opponent, Republican Scott Brown, by saying his interest in New Hampshire arose only after he lost his Senate seat in Massachusetts.
The federal and state response to an infected doctor in New York presents a sharp contrast to the response to the nation’s first case in Dallas late last month.
The move makes Mr. Pichai the second-most powerful person at the company.
The federal government will recognize gay marriage in six new states, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Saturday, bringing the total to 32 states where same-sex couples may receive federal benefits.
The weakness of Iraq’s U.S.-trained military is a growing worry as Islamic State fighters threaten Baghdad, with attacks as close as 12 miles west of the capital.
The gap between the more expensive median price of newly built homes and that of resales has exceeded $70,000 for most of the economic recovery, the widest spread since the Commerce Department and the National Association of Realtors started tracking the figures in 1968.
A shooting at a high-school cafeteria in Marysville, Wash., Friday left two students dead, four more injured and this community north of Seattle in shock. The suspected shooter, who was a student and one of the two fatalities, died of an apparent self-inflicted wound at the scene.
The stock market soared this week, reclaiming ground lost earlier in the month. But many investors worried that, with stock prices high and the world economy unsettled, this year’s succession of sudden dips and sharp recoveries may not be over.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut imposed 21-day quarantines on health-care workers returning from West Africa, stoking a debate over how to curb Ebola without impeding humanitarian aid.
As voters in this state prepare to decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana, a dispute over taxing the drug is demonstrating the complexity of transforming a black market into a legal one.
A proposed constitutional amendment in Florida that would make it the first state in the South to legalize medical marijuana is among the most expensive ballot fights in the country.
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.