In Washington to seek billions in aid from the World Bank, Alpha Condé struggled with feelings of defeat.
Survivors of strokes, gunshot wounds and car crashes take part in Adaptive Fitness Games at a D.C. hospital.
FDA issues new guidelines for the use of testosterone amid rising concern that men without medical need are using the hormone
Investigators believe he was attempting a traffic stop; a woman in the passenger seat was taken to the hospital.
Across Guinea, repercussions from the Womey killings have left a legacy of shame and embarrassment.
Newsroom colleagues noticed the anchor’s willingness to take stories to their limit — and beyond.
The strategy to combat smallpox may be used again.
In Guinea, scientists ready to test vaccines and treatments worry about finding enough victims.
But the country may have a harder time eliminating the disease than did neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Testing is expected to begin in a matter of weeks in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.