The second nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola flew from Cleveland to Dallas the day before she reported symptoms
Incinerated items belonging to Thomas Duncan may remain in Texas because of fear of spreading the disease.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, has died, according to the Dallas hospital where he was being treated.
The viral disease takes over the weekend news, although the White House is confident a U.S. outbreak won't happen
Thomas Eric Duncan appears to not to be receiving any of the experimental medicines for the virus
Isolating countries in west Africa that have experienced an outbreak of the disease in order to prevent it from spreading here would be "quick, simple -- and wrong," the director of the CDC said in a press briefing Thursday.
"No place in the world has better professionals, a better ability to address this, than Texas," he said.
Health officials are warning that the international community needs to commit more to stem the Ebola outbreak before things get even worse
Merritt Tierce shared the wealth to help Texas women fund abortions