By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI
The death of James Foley in August at the hands of Islamic State jihadists in Syria was a very public end to a hidden ordeal shared with nearly two dozen other Westerners.
By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS and EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS
In an essay posted online, Kaci Hickox, who was being quarantined at a New Jersey hospital after working with Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, complained of a "frenzy of disorganization."
By SABRINA TAVERNISE, ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS, SHARON LaFRANIERE and ABBY GOODNOUGH
Learning from missteps in the Dallas cases of Ebola, health workers and officials took a different approach in the case of a doctor who fell ill in New York.
By JONATHAN MARTIN and JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS
The president's party, bracing for election defeats, is ready to foist the blame on Mr. Obama while Democratic candidates are keeping their distance from him.
By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE
Scott Brown has gained traction in a potentially pivotal Senate race by lashing the Democratic incumbent, Jeanne Shaheen, to President Obama.
By ADAM LIPTAK
Justices Thomas, Sotomayor and Alito attended reunion weekend at the law school and discussed affirmative action, salsa dancing and spittoons.