Ebola patient Dr. Martin Salia died in an Omaha hospital over the weekend after the U.S. State Department had him transported to the Nebraska Medical Center on Saturday for treatment. Salia's wife, Isatu, shared her gratitude for the medical care her husband received, even though doctors were unable to save his life, because the deadly virus was already in advanced stages.
"Caged Bird Songs," the posthumous album that Maya Angelou recorded in the years leading up to her death, was released earlier this month, and the-late artist previously shared her hopes that the album would bring people closer to God.
On Nov. 11, Veteran's Day, the A&E network will debut "Dogs of War," a new docu-series about war veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and the service dogs that help them adjust back into life after combat.
The parents of late teen Michael Brown are scheduled to speak at an upcoming United Nations human rights conference in Switzerland and a grand jury indictment decision could come as early as next week.
Celebrity DJ Jae Murphy recently opened up about how he maintains his faith in Hollywood while producing secular music. He also touched on his calling from God and the importance of a college education.
The former fiancée of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola victim to die on US soil earlier this month, said the stigma attached to the virus has ruined her life. A local church is now rallying behind her by raising funds to help her rebuild her life.
Texas nurse Amber Vinson spoke out for the first time Tuesday, after being released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta where she completed treatment for the deadly Ebola virus that she contracted earlier this month.