The U.S. has been bombing ISIS targets in Syria, but that has not stopped the self-proclaimed Islamic State from threatening civilians in the country.
The nurse in Madrid had treated two Spanish missionaries who died of the disease after being flown home from the region. Three other people, including the nurse's husband, have been quarantined.
Increased screenings will start this weekend at New York's JFK, then start next week at four other international airports in Newark, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., died Wednesday morning at a Dallas hospital.
There have been about 400 airstrikes so far in Iraq and Syria. We take a look at the impact in both countries, whether the Islamic State fighters have been slowed, and the way ahead.
The TV show Nashville is about the lives of fictional country music stars and aspiring stars — and its popularity is drawing visitors to the real city from around the world.
The Southern Food and Beverage Museum in New Orleans is re-imagining what a museum can be. There's plenty of scholarship, but also taste testing — and a mission to help budding food entrepreneurs.
Bakersfield, Calif., has become famous for its own brand of country music. It evolved through a music scene that was wild and wide-open during the 1950s and '60s.
Nobody knows what was in the president's cup when he saluted the Marines last month, but it became known as the "latte salute." Do people still use "red" and "blue" when discussing a cultural divide?