The third American sickened with Ebola is a Boston-area doctor who decided to return to Liberia after the two others fell ill with the deadly virus, the president of his missionary group said Wednesday.
Smiling and appearing robustly healthy, a U.S. missionary infected with Ebola while working in Liberia on Wednesday shared publicly her battle with the deadly virus for the first time.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest was awarded “Four Pinocchios” by The Washington Post for a whopper he told last week, when he attempted to distance President Barack Obama from the claim that he referred to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as the “JV team.”That is according to Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post fact-checker who uses the “Pinocchio” system to gauge the truthfulness of political statements.
An Israel-based intelligence news service claims that the Saudi, British and Australian governments have "credible information" that two powerful Islamic terrorist groups -- the Islamic State and Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula -- have plans to launch a coordinated attack around the time of the Sept. 11 anniversary.
Guinea's government said on Wednesday that Ebola had spread to a previously unaffected region of the country, as U.S. experts warned that the worst ever outbreak of the deadly virus was spiraling out of control in West Africa.
Chimerix Inc said its lead experimental drug showed promise against the deadly Ebola virus in laboratory testing at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health.