We asked refugees around the world to tell us of a memento they brought to connect them to their old life even as they embarked on a new and uncertain future.
Public hospitals in Liberia may require a bag of supplies to gain admission for delivery: bleach, baby clothes, diapers. The $100 price tag is too much for the poor. One nurse has a solution.
At 83, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first democratically elected woman president, is "on the trail." She talks about malaria, her Nobel Peace Prize and the key for women in politics.
It's definitely not a turkey day. Jollof rice is more like it. It's questioned as a holiday because of its American origins. And the way Liberians do celebrate holds lessons for the U.S.
Get friendly with community leaders; be prepared to be judged by others. Disease detectives from California and Liberia share their best insights.
The delay will give Congress time to work on a possible permanent pathway for thousands of Liberians to remain in the U.S.
A report from ProPublica and Time Magazine documents rapes committed by an employee of More Than Me, a charity that had raised $8 million and earned praise for its work. We interview the co-author.
It all started with a funeral in Liberia. Guests fell ill but no one knew why. Time to summon the "disease detectives."
For the first time in 70 years, the country will transfer power from one elected president to another. Many Liberians identify with Weah, who grew up poor before becoming a top striker in Europe.