A team in Boston is combing through news reports, tweets and Facebook posts to anticipate Ebola's next move.
Couches, televisions, a pool table and foosball games have been set up at Smith Barracks in rural Germany for troops returning from West Africa.
Mali's five confirmed Ebola deaths are linked to a 70-year-old imam who was brought to the capital Bamako, from Guinea.
This is part of a flurry of efforts to kick-start stalled Ebola vaccine trials in the hope of using some soon to fight the epidemic in West Africa.
There may be signs of hope in Liberia, but the Ebola epidemic is getting worse, and it will to take a lot more work to control it, UN officials say.
Rates of violence against women remain unacceptably high around the world and countries are doing far too little to stop it, experts argue.
The TODAY hosts had the exams live on national television to help raise awareness about the disease.
Plague is spreading in many parts of Madagascar, the World Health Organization says, and a weak health care system means it may spread farther.
A new Consumer Reports article finds gluten-free foods are more expensive and caloric.
As Sarah Wheaton stands in front of the camera, her legs buckle and she falls to the floor. Soon, her head sinks into her chest as she slips into a nap.