Friday, October 24, 2014
A Texas nurse infected with Ebola after caring for a Liberian man who died from the disease no longer has the virus, her family said Wednesday.
People entering the United States from the Ebola-hit nations of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone will undergo “active monitoring” for signs of the deadly virus for 21 days, health authorities said Wednesday.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Two deadly attacks in three days against members of the military stunned Canadians and raised fears their country was being targeted for reprisals for joining the U.S.-led air campaign against an extremist Islamic group in Iraq and Syria.
Legendary former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who oversaw reporting on the Watergate scandal that brought down U.S. President Richard Nixon, died Tuesday. He was 93.
A barrage of shots rang out in the Canadian parliament Wednesday as police squads swarmed in to hunt a gunman who shot a soldier guarding a nearby war memorial then ran inside.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Palestinian and Israeli leaders on Tuesday to halt “unilateral initiatives” that fuel mistrust and thwart peace efforts, ...................
A U.S. photojournalist joined a Spanish nurse in being declared free of Ebola on Tuesday, as the United States tightened restrictions on travelers from the West African countries at the epicenter of the outbreak.
Kurdish fighters defending Syria's border town of Kobane held out against the Islamic State (IS) group Wednesday, anxious for relief as Iraq's Kurdish parliament was set to vote on sending reinforcements.
A Libyan national accused of orchestrating the deadly 2012 attacks on the U.S. mission in Benghazi pleaded not guilty Monday to new murder charges which carry the death penalty.
A Pakistani teenager awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to promote girls' education brought her passion for learning to Philadelphia, where she received the Liberty Medal on Tuesday.