Grounding planes doesn't keep the disease isolated.
A Senator Tweeted My Ebola Story. Then Things Got Ugly.
October 13, 2014
Not a Side of America You Like to See
But that's where everybody is dying.
Stop Freaking Out About America's Single Ebola Death, and Start Worrying About West Africa
October 08, 2014
Airport scrutiny is fine, but to contain the disease we'll have to do it overseas.
Is Ebola Here to Stay? “That’s Our Biggest Fear."
October 06, 2014
This new test will be key to separating Ebola from other sicknesses.
Why the U.S. Army Is Our Best Weapon Against Ebola Now
September 18, 2014
This could be the gamechanger we need.
I'm an Ebola Doctor Working in Liberia. Giving Every Patient That Rare Serum Doesn't Make Sense.
August 13, 2014
Yes, it sounds callous, but it's much more practical.
The inequality in care couldn't be starker.
In an historic ruling today, an international court convicted former Liberian president Charles Taylor of aiding and abetting war crimes. The crimes in question—which include the mass murder and slaughter of civilians, mass rape, and the use of child soldiers—were committed during the civil war of Liberia’s neighbor, Sierra Leone, throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. (Taylor aided rebels in that war; he is the first head of state convicted by an international court since the Nuremberg trials.) Understandably, all of the news today is focused on Taylor.