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Residents of Frederick, Md., live near several high-containment labs located at Fort Detrick. Some are concerned about the safety of research with dangerous pathogens.
Despite the risks, researchers at the Virginia Division of Consolidated Laboratory Services are committed to their jobs. They are well trained and say that training is the key to safety.
A USA TODAY Network investigation identifies more than 200 biosafety level 3 and 4 lab facilities that work with dangerous pathogens -- and reveals safety records that some of them fought to keep secret.
Jeff Newton has a pretty unusual job. He spends the summer months in a tower that sits over 9,500 feet in elevation, looking for wildfires in the dry Arizona forest.
A man in a white sedan led Texas police on a slow-speed chase. While moving at a snail's pace, he waved at people and even took a phone call.
Forget winter, the warthogs are coming! The Detroit Zoo's new adorable warthog piglets have made their debut and each one is named after a character from HBO's 'Game of Thrones' show.
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An Arizona marine is hosting a 'Draw Muhammad' event outside a Phoenix-area mosque. Local Islamic leaders say they will not engage the protesters.
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