The city has an endearing custom of naming districts are named after some, well, unusual landmarks.
Markets have been closed to limit large gatherings and the virus has disrupted planting and harvesting.
Only a few short weeks ago, the virus tore unchecked through the neighborhoods. Now, signs of normalcy are returning to Monrovia.
The first U.S. treatment facility in West Africa aims to encourage more volunteers to care for Ebola patients.
The challenge now in West Africa is to keep new cases from exploding into a new outbreak of the disease.
Clark hit the gym for the first time at 98, proving it’s never too late to improve fitness.
Ashoka Mukpo is released from Nebraska hospital, says the continuing epidemic in West Africa ‘weighs on my heart.’
Checking for fever is the first line of defense
Representatives seek to stop travel to the United States from West African countries where the virus is prevalent.
Tom Frieden’s confident statements about containing the virus have had to compete with an onslaught of bad news.