Liberia is woefully unprepared to deal with the logistics necessary to stop the spread of the disease.
Probably not, but it's something.
Exposure to a compound called DINP might alter your hormones so drastically that if you're pregnant with a boy he could be born with a smaller than average penis or other abnormalities.
In the wake of yesterday's sad day of racing, we look back at the sad and weirdly engineered lives of Admire Rakti and Araldo.
Live campaign dispatches and everything else you need to know about Election Day 2014.
In this post-9/11 era of national security state excesses, the largest police department in America is freaking out over the possibility of weaponized drone attacks by developing its own drone program.
Prosecutors pinned Californian Joseph Corey as a cold-blooded murderer who laid in wait to kill any lawman who showed up at his door, but evidence suggests he was a mentally ill hoarder who had lost his grip on reality.
After eight austerity budgets and years of massive unemployment and waves of emigration, the Emerald Isle is witnessing its largest protest movement in decades.
Voter choices today will directly impact the quality of air we breathe, how much we pay in taxes, and whether the country's broken immigration system gets fixed before we start collecting Social Security.
I wanted to know how people in Monrovia (where the ebola outbreak has hit hardest) are coping, so I checked in with my old friend Segbe Nyanfor, a human rights activist and longtime resident.
We've heard a lot about NSA spying thanks to Edward Snowden, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation is no stranger to unaccountable snooping.
Nothing better sums up the odd relationship between traffickers, children, reporters, and the police than a visit to a sari factory in Thankot, on the outskirts of Kathmandu.
Are we wrong for not performing our civic duty to vote when it's so easy to feel like our leaders aren't doing theirs?
For disabled people, every election is tinged with fear over whether they'll be able to get to a polling booth and vote without being humiliated.
Ted Jacques enrolled his son, Brandon, in what he thought was the "best treatment center money could buy": A Sober Way Home in Prescott, Arizona. Two months later, Brandon was dead.
Greg Orman is running for Senate in Kansas as an Independent. If he unseats Republican incumbent Pat Roberts, he could determine which party controls the Senate after 2014.
According to scientists at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, there's a strong link between personality traits like being disgusted by maggots and voting Republican.
Rurik Jutting, a Cambridge graduate who worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is accused of murdering Jesse Lorena and Sumarti Ningsih, who are being identified as prostitutes from Southeast Asia.
More details are constantly emerging in the sex scandal that has electrified and horrified the Canadian media, but one thing's for sure: We should have known about Ghomeshi's behavior long before we did.
We talked to the zookeeper in charge of Thelma, the world-famous snake that just had a virgin birth. It may be unsettling to imagine one less barrier in the way of more snakes, but finding new ways of making snakes might just be important.
Florida's medical marijuana vote was supposed to be a bellwether for the national legalization movement. But now, supporters face an uphill battle against a well-funded opposition campaign that is determined to beat back reforms of the state's drug laws.
On Saturday Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old right-to-die advocate, ended her life as promised, after battling a terminal brain tumor.
On Thursday, around 200 people turned up to wave placards and shout about the party they used to trust turning into a group of treacherous bastards.
As foreign forces withdraw from Afghanistan, violence is increasing. Fighting between the Afghan security forces and the Taliban is chaotic and often indiscriminate, and civilian casualties are rising, as Afghans pay the price for the West's failures.