His home in Monrovia is just as he left it when he boarded the plane to the United States.
A tiny tin-roofed room in a run-down building that's now the focal point of so much of the paranoia ricocheting across the world.
Next week, some of the toughest athletes in the world will compete in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
Among them will be an 84-year old Catholic nun from Spokane, Washington who is about to make Ironman history.
A Marine lost at sea after bailing out of a MV-22 Osprey when it appeared it might crash in the Persian Gulf is believed to be the first American military casualty in support of U.S. operations against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
Swimmer Michael Phelps, the most-decorated Olympian of all time, tweeted Sunday that he is taking a break from the sport "to attend a program that will provide the help I need to better understand myself."
The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told CNN on Sunday that he is confident there is little risk of an Ebola outbreak in Dallas, where one infected patient is fighting for his life.