The Peace Corps said that it was temporarily withdrawing the volunteers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, and that two volunteers had been isolated after being exposed to a person who died of the Ebola virus.
Rarely does political science bear resemblance to actual science. But Colorado's 6th Congressional District this year offers what could be an ideal experiment for the Republican Party and its ambitions of winning the White House in 2016 and beyond.
United Nations officials charged that Israel had violated international law after artillery shells slammed into a school overflowing with evacuees Wednesday, an attack that Palestinian and U.N. officials said killed at least 20 people and wounded dozens as they slept.
The thirst is unquenchable. Public tickets for the annual Great American Beer Festival vanished in a flash Wednesday for the third consecutive year, selling out in 32 minutes, organizers with the Brewers Association said.
Facing mounting criticism, Department of Revenue officials Wednesday fielded questions about their implementation plans for a new law that allows those in the country illegally to gain Colorado driver's licenses.