World Health Organization declares outbreak in West African nation over, after 42 days of no new cases.
The European Union is charged with antitrust violations; U.S. and Cuba are set to talk about fugitives; a new audit report in Liberia claims nearly $700,000 in Ebola spending is unaccounted for, plus more.
Blast hits Nigerian stadium after presidential rally; Ebola vaccine trials start in Liberia; and Ukraine rebel leader aims to recruit 100,000 fighters.
In this week's global news, the Islamic State group threatens to kill two Japanese hostages; the first suspects possibly linked to Paris attacks appear in court; protests against potential delays in the Democratic Republic of Congo presidential el...
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says the facility is "first-class."
Senior correspondent for BET.com died on Nov. 3 at his home in Brooklyn.