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Shaheen desperately spins her Obamacare vote.
Politics prevents a good response to Ebola
A political science professor examines the GOP's chances of victory in 2014.
Maggie Hassan and state health officials apparently have learned little from the federal trainwreck that has been the Obama administration's response to Ebola.
Getting the Ebola policy right.
Gov. Maggie Hassan and her Republican challenger, Walt Havenstein, debated Friday at a meeting of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce at Derryfield Country Club.

Hassan, Havenstein spar over education


Hassan and Havenstein disagree over best approach to take to spur economic growth and keep young people in the state.

Quarantinefor returning Ebola-zone health workers


New York and New Jersey will automatically quarantine all medical workers returning from Ebola-hit West African countries, and the U.S. government is considering the same step after a doctor who...

A woman reads alert on Ebola inside the Bellevue Hospital where Dr. Craig Spencer is being treated for Ebola symptoms in New York October 23, 2014. Spencer, who worked in West Africa with Ebola patients, tested positive for Ebola and is in isolation at the hospital. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)

New York doctor who worked in West Africa tests positive for Ebola


Ebola turned up in the nation's largest city Thursday when a Manhattan doctor who had treated Ebola victims in Africa tested positive for the potentially deadly virus, officials confirmed.

Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown defended his New Hampshire roots while speaking to Portsmouth Rotary Club members Thursday in Greenland.

Brown defends his New Hampshire roots in Greenland speaking appearance


With the lectern to himself at a Portsmouth Rotary Club luncheon Thursday, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown began his remarks by defending his New Hampshire bona fides, citing family...

Dead racoon found in Derry tests positive for rabies


Police are advising residents to make sure their pets are vaccinated after a dead raccoon that was recently found in a local neighborhood tested positive for rabies.

Health costs up for Manchester


The city’s health care spending rose nearly 9 percent per employee to a total of $18.4 million in the 2014 fiscal year, prompting renewed questions about how to rein in costs.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon to care for any potential NH Ebola patients, state announces


Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon has agreed to be the receiving hospital for the ongoing care and treatment of any Ebola patients from other hospitals across the state, state health...

Free school-based flu clinics available in Tri-City area


Area schools are hosting free school-based flu clinics this week and next in the Tri-City area. The clinics give families and educators the option of a convenient, no-cost, flu shot or nasal mist for...

CDC to implement monitoring for West African visitors


The U.S. will soon require every airline passenger from Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia who arrives in one of six states to undergo 21 days of official monitoring for symptoms of Ebola.

Drugmakers to join forces to make millions of Ebola vaccine doses


Leading drugmakers plan to work together to speed up the development of an Ebola vaccine and hope to produce millions of doses for use next year.

An estimated 1,300 guardrail ends manufactured by Trinity Highway are installed on highways around New Hampshire. The units, which are installed in all 50 states, are the subject of a $175 million verdict issued against the company Monday by a federal jury  in Texas.

NH has 1,300 guardrail ends targeted in federal safety suit


Department of Transportation Commissioner Chris Clement told the House Public Works Committee on Tuesday the suspect Trinity ET-Plus pieces will no longer be installed on guardrail projects in New...

Dan Dugan, a 13-year-old Seabrook Middle School student, still awaits enterovirus EV-D68 test results and remains unable to walk on his own.

Father says Seabrook teen may be confined to wheelchair due to effects of enterovirus


The father of Dan Dugan, the 13-year old who has been hospitalized for more than two weeks after flu symptoms turned into paralysis, said his son may be permanently bound to a wheelchair.

0 U.S. to funnel travelers from Ebola-hit region through 5 airports

0 Ebola galvanizes workers battling to join unions

4 Shaheen would consider Ebola travel bans

4 Nigeria declared Ebola-free by WHO after containing virus

0 3 Manchester McDonald's pitch in for breast cancer

0 48 set to be cleared after Ebola monitoring

0 Families First to offer cancer screenings

4 Obama names Ebola 'czar'; death toll rises in West Africa

0 Eastern Equine Encephalitis found in Sanbornton horse

17 UPDATE: FairPoint unions go on strike

2 Republicans slam CDC on Ebola response

1 NH drug monitoring program up and running

6 Gubernatorial candidates spar over profits tax, gaming, Medicaid

0 Dover building evacuated due to malfunctioning air unit

0 Officials say Manchester resident died of EEE

35 Former Rep. Giffords speaks in Concord

0 HealthTrust plans to lower health insurance rates

0 Snowboarder Kevin Pearce shares brain health message

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0 Families file suit against Crotched Mountain Foundation, alleging their children were abused

1 Jeanne Shaheen flip flops again: Opposes Ebola travel ban, but supports 'self-quarantine' efforts

0 Scarborough: Democratic Party 'Very worried' for Jeanne Shaheen, she looked 'a little angry' during debate

1 Shaheen throws Democrats under Obamacare bus

0 No retreat: Shea-Porter says naysayers don't understand Obamacare

0 HuffPo: Jeanne Shaheen says she's 'absolutely' proud of Obamacare

0 Dramatic drop in childhood obesity, tooth decay

0 Teal Pumpkin Project aims to help kids with allergies enjoy trick-or-treating

0 Low income home heating aid distributed by feds, NH to receive $23.2M

0 BBC: Recreational sex is a rich person's game

0 National Review: What the left canít admit about the politics of Ebola

0 Four NH towns tested for MTBE

0 Face of medical marijuana advocacy dies amid state foot-dragging

0 NHPR: Even those who get taxpayer subsidies aren't sold on Obamacare mandate

0 NH-based Lindt could feel chocolate shortage due to unfolding Ebola horror

0 Ships flying west African flags create fear and confusion in Port of New Hampshire

0 NH man survives rare lung cancer thanks to new targeted therapy

0 Blacks on Medicare lose more limbs than whites on Medicare says Dartmouth diabetes study

0 Concord Monitor: Ebola fear a fine reason to increase federal spending

0 Shaheen defends support of Obamacare tax

2 Obamacare website wonít reveal insurance costs for 2015 until after election

0 VA honcho says feds need to hire 20,000 to 30,000 more workers

0 Dismissed Belknap County nursing home administrator to receive back pay, legal expenses

0 Liberal group ad blames fiscal restraint for spread of Ebola

0 Salon jumps on board the blame-the-GOP-for-Ebola bandwagon, blames libertarians less federal spending

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