Syrian rebels and U.S. officials charge that the Assad government and Islamic State militants are coordinating attacks against the rebels.
The WHO had said that the epidemic was worrying and unprecedented because it was a strain not normally found in Africa.
It was the worst attack on aid workers this year, in which there has already been an increase in such episodes.
Plus: Bombing rocks Nigeria; Hamas kills extremist; Vatican word awaited; and more.
The FBI has a civilian air force of scores of low-flying planes over U.S. cities to conduct both video surveillance and cell phone tracking.
A mainly closed-door White House meeting is seeking vendors for antibiotic-free meat and poultry to serve in government cafes it manages.
After what could become the worst ferry disaster in China in nearly 70 years, more than rescue crews battled the elements in their search.
Sepp Blatter won re-election Friday as president of world soccer’s governing body for a fifth term.
A thousand Pennsylvania state troopers are eligible to retire, and don’t want to see any changes to their pensions.
Col. Marcus Brown rankled troopers with his decision to wear the state police uniform despite not attending the State Police Academy.
Last child’s graduation from high school brings both sadness and potential.
Remembering home is nice, and it’s even better being there.
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida, talks to a throng of media personnel after addressing
Terri Klein, right, hugs Allegheny County Judge Eleanor L. Bush after being sworn in to fill the County Council District