Post White House correspondent Katie Zezima explains the White House’s decision to appoint former Obama administration official Ron Klain to coordinate its efforts on Ebola.
Nairobi-based photojournalist Pete Muller traveled to the Masisi district in eastern Congo to document the cycle of violence that has ravaged the country for the past two decades.
The parents of Michael Brown, the black teenager fatally shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo., visited Washington to ask the federal government to take over the criminal investigation of his death.
In the remote village of Kivuye located near the Rwandan border, the lasting effects of war and poverty are felt in a clinic run by four nurses who have not been paid in more than two years.
Post columnist John Kelly rolls up his sleeves to help Manassas artist Robin Croft make one of his “drawings in the wild,” a ghostly ship made from scavenged wood.
Despite formal gatherings being discouraged these days due to Ebola, on Sundays people dress in their best clothes and head to their place of worship to appeal to divine intervention.
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