Some of Those Missing Commonwealth Games Athletes Turned Up
It’s estimated that more that 100 are still missing.
Black Magic and Chicken Blood: Photos of My Week with Sierra Leone's Witch Doctors
A gallery of photographer Olivia Acland's latest work from Sierra Leone where she visited doctors that use a combination of black magic and herbal medicines to cure the sick.
What Life Was Like on the Ground During the Ebola Crisis
We spoke with correspondent Danny Gold about the psychological effects of reporting on a deadly epidemic, and if the world will be better prepared for the next one.
Watch a Surreal Rap Video from Sierra Leone
When two TED fellows get together, they can make something truly different.
Inside the Life of London's Most Notorious Party Promoter
In the 1980s, "Fast Eddie" Davenport made a name for himself as the host of hedonistic parties for teenage aristocrats. By 2011, he was better known as one of Britain's richest fraudsters.
We Spoke to an Anti-Female-Genital Mutilation Activist About the Lifelong Impact of Cutting
Due to the secrecy that surrounds FGM, the true extent of the practice in Western countries isn't known. We spoke to the director of No FGM Australia, the Human Rights Award–winning charity that works to abolish the practice.
Which Countries Should You Be Scared of in 2015?
A guide to the globe's bad guys.
What Life Is Like for Liberians Dealing with the Ebola Outbreak
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.
I Was a Psychologist at an Ebola Treatment Center in Liberia
"I wouldn't say I was brave. Or maybe it <em>is</em> bravery, but the most important thing in my mind is to look objectively at the risks and decide whether or not you think you could help."
Theresa Jones as told to Helen Nianias
Here Be Dragons
Ebola Isn't a Medical Problem, It's a People Problem
You can create the most sophisticated medicines and vaccines in the universe, but none of that matters if most countries can't afford them-or even afford to train doctors in the first place.
Australian Police Stopped a Public Beheading Plot Allegedly Linked to the Islamic State
And more bad news from around the world.
We Asked an Expert if the Ebola Virus Will Kill You
It's become a sort of annual ritual for Americans to go wild over the possibility that an exotic, lethal illness might spread from Africa or Southeast Asia to their own backyard.