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Dr. Leslie Lobel, Dr. Seema Yasmin, and Dr. Xand van Tulleken weigh in on whether we should be farther along in our knowledge about Ebola.
Elizabeth Cohen reports from Dallas, where Ebola patient and nurse Nina Pham's condition has been upgraded to 'good.'
Wolf Blitzer asks Dr. Anthony Fauci if the Texas nurse infected with Ebola should receive experimental medicine.
Sen. Rand Paul said Friday he doesn't want to "create panic" over Ebola, but stood by his belief that the virus is more contagious that the government is letting on.
"I understand people in government not wanting to create panic, and I don't want to create panic, either. But I think it's also a mistake on the other side of the coin to underplay the risk of this," the Kentucky Republican told CNN's Wolf Blitzer. Full story
Sen. Paul on how GOP needs to help African Americans
He met with NAACP leaders in Ferguson, Missouri and tells Wolf Blitzer what Republicans should be doing. Read more
Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to a statement from the Ebola victim's nephew, who questions the treatment that Duncan received.
Washington (CNN) - Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson blasted Rep. Duncan Hunter's suggestion that ISIS fighters have crossed the United States' southern border into Texas.
"Let's not unduly create fear and anxiety in the public by passing on speculation and rumor," Johnson said Wednesday on CNN's "Situation Room."
Hunter, a California Republican, claimed on Fox News on Tuesday night that he'd learned from Border Patrol officers that at least 10 ISIS fighters had been caught trying to cross the Mexican border - and that "you know there's going to be dozens more that did not get caught by the Border Patrol." Full story
Officials announced Ebola screenings at five U.S. airports for all passengers arriving from three West African countries.
Four people have been quarantined and up to 100 have been contacted as concerns grow over the first U.S. Ebola diagnosis.