An adult who recently traveled from West Africa to Texas has tested positive for Ebola, the first case to be diagnosed in the U.S. WSJ's Betsy McKay reports. Photo: iStock/Bumbasor
Health officials diagnosed the first case of Ebola in the United States on Tuesday, bringing a disease that has killed more than 3,000 people this year in West Africa to the middle of America. (Photo: AP)
The British have launched their first airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq, while ground fighting continues near the Syrian-Turkish border. WSJ’s Mark Kelly reports.
A new, comprehensive study of the world's wildlife population has drastically reduced its 2012 estimate. Why? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
Veteran Secret Service agent Dan Emmett guarded three U.S. presidents and recently wrote a book about it called "Within Arm's Length." He says the recent White House security breaches were a "catastrophic failure," in an interview with WSJ's John Bussey.
There were some heated moments Tuesday when Secret Service Director Julia Pierson testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee about two security breaches at the White House, one in 2011 and one less than two weeks ago.
The CDC confirmed the first U.S. case of Ebola in Texas on Tuesday. During a press briefing, Director Tom Frieden said he has "no doubt" that the case of the virus will be controlled. Photo/Video: CDC
The WSJ's Diana Jou visits Hong Kong University to hear what mainland Chinese students think about the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.
At 17, student activist leader Joshua Wong is one key figure at the center of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests. He has drawn admiration from demonstrators and ire from Beijing. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency
Authorities in Hong Kong cracked down on pro-democracy demonstrators on Sunday using tear gas and pepper spray. Thousands of demonstrators turned out on the downtown streets again on Monday to support the protest.
A powerful hailstorm swept through Colorado on Monday as Aurora witnessed a supercell cloud over the city. Hailstones blanketed various parts of Colo. including Denver.
Thunder and heavy rain hit Hong Kong for about 10 minutes as protesters broke into song. During the rain we spoke to Benny Tai, Co-Founder of the HK Occupy movement and protesters who are entering another night of protests.
Lawmakers chastised Secret Service director Julia Pierson over the Sept. 19 breach when an intruder got deep inside the White House. WSJ’s Reid Epstein and Tanya Rivero discuss. Photo: Getty
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson and Rep. Jason Chaffetz discuss the details of an incident involving an intruder on the grounds of the White House. Photo: Getty.
At a congressional hearing, Secret Service director Julia Pierson accepted full responsibility for the recent White House intruder and outlined strategy for improving procedures. Photo: Getty