'I'm Going to Live': American Ashoka Mukpo on What It's Like to Have Ebola
Freelance journalist Ashoka Mukpo contracted Ebola while working in Liberia. Here, he writes about his experience — and about the experiences of those who weren't as lucky.
'We Are Laying Down Like Dogs': The Long Wait For Ebola Treatment in Liberia
Outside the gates of an overtaxed Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, sick people wait — and die — while hoping to get access to medical care.
Why Don't West Africans Believe Ebola Is Real?
Mistrust in government, paranoia over the intentions of health workers, and belief in witchcraft are crippling efforts to fight Ebola.