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.
Small manufacturers are attempting to boost the supply of experimental drugs, but as the epidemic spreads, experts are unclear about when drug treatments will become an effective weapon.
Reporters and experts take questions on the current Ebola epidemic, how it's been handled, what happens next, and how worried you should be.
The Ebola virus persists in semen for as long as three months after an infected man recovers.
In a country still recovering from civil war, Ebola is creating a new generation of orphans.
Three D.C. area hospital patients are found not to have the deadly disease as scores fear they are infected.
Unlike previous outbreaks, the virus this time outran a plodding global response. How did the situation get so horribly out of hand?