Student infected by Ebola in Guinea traveled to Senegal seeking treatment.
“We smile not because it’s over, but because it happened.”
Israeli police confirm they have found the body of Aaron Sofer, who went missing on Friday while hiking in the Jerusalem Forest.
“I’m actually glad I got blown up… I got her.”
Over 1,000 Russian troops have joined separatists to fight Ukrainian forces in the southeast, says NATO.
Hope for a resolution to the five-month crisis faded after Ukraine accused Russia of launching a military incursion across its eastern border.
A massive outage affected Time Warner customers across the country Wednesday morning.
The extremist Islamic State group kidnapped the humanitarian worker in Syria last year.
The ACLU and two newspapers filed a complaint Monday demanding uninterrupted access to witness an execution.
Updated: Sgt. 1st Class Paula M. Walker had served in Iraq and won multiple awards from the Army. She died on Aug. 25 after shooting herself at the Fort Lee army base in Virginia.
This is the fourth civilian death in Israel since the conflict resumed in July.
The Palestinians were executed by masked gunmen in Gaza on Friday.
A suicide bomber and gunmen attacked worshippers during Friday prayers.
One firefighter is in a critical condition after a fire truck dousing students in ice water touched power lines.
Updated: Nancy Writebol was discharged from Emory Hospital on Tuesday and Dr. Kent Brantly was released Thursday. The lead doctor said their discharge poses no threat to public health.
“I do not think it’s presidential for me to be splashed with ice water.”
Men, women, and children cleaned up hard-hit areas of the city Monday after another night of unrest.
A peaceful protest turned violent as shootings, tear gas, and firebombs rocked the city Sunday night.