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Joe Johns reports on a lab technician who was monitored for signs of the deadly Ebola virus after a mistake at the CDC.
State Dept. deputy spokesperson, Marie Harf, responds to a report that says U.S. may start treating foreign Ebola patients.
U.S. troops are in quarantine after returning from an Ebola response mission in West Africa. Barbara Starr Reports. Full story
While the U.S. fights the spread of Ebola, the flu will infect far more people and can be deadly too. Tom Foreman reports.
A five-year-old boy who recently visited West Africa has tested negative for Ebola, according to the NYC Dept. of Health. Full story
Nurse Kaci Hickox explains to CNN why she feels her rights were violated during an Ebola quarantine in New Jersey. Full story
Dr. Craig Spencer, a Doctors Without Borders physician, is being tested for Ebola virus. Poppy Harlow has more. Full story
Gavin Macgregor-Skinner and Dr. Seema Yasmin are asked why new Ebola protocols weren't in place to begin with.
Wolf Blitzer talks to the State Department spokeswoman, Marie Harf, about Belize rejecting a possible Ebola patient in their country.
A Dallas hospital worker is quarantined on a cruise ship after possible contact with Ebola lab samples.