Ebola in the U.S.
NYC Ebola Doctor Criticizes U.S. Media and Politicians
Dr. Craig Spencer said fearmongering took precedence over educating the public about Ebola.
Report: Possible Ebola Patient Admitted to Sacramento Hospital
The patient's age and gender are not currently know, they have not been publicly identified.
Ebola Patient Dies in Nebraska Hospital
Dr. Martin Salia is the second Ebola victim to die in the United States.
New York's First Ebola Patient Released From Hospital, Talks to Press
Dr. Craig Spencer urged Americans to turn their attention back to West Africa.
U.N., U.S. Ask for More Resources to Fight Ebola
Obama requested more than $6 billion from Congress to fight the Ebola virus at home and abroad, while one U.N. official says there aren't yet enough resources to defeat the disease.
New York City Ebola Patient's Condition Upgraded from 'Serious' to 'Stable'
Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, is responding to treatment well, according to health officials.
Samantha Power Praises Cuba's Ebola Response
The U.S. Ambassador to the UN, who recently returned from a four day trip to West Africa, commended Cuba for its early response to the Ebola outbreak and defended federal quarantine guidelines
Judge Issues Order Enforcing Ebola Isolation of Defiant Maine Nurse Kaci Hickox
The order instructs nurse Kaci Hickox to submit to "direct active monitoring," and "not to be present in public places" like shopping centers, movie theaters or workplace
Bike-Riding Nurse Defies Ebola Quarantine, on Collision Course With Governor
Governor Paul LePage's office said negotiations with Hickox "have failed despite repeated efforts by state officials."
Ebola, From the Tarmac to the Isolation Unit
Atlanta's Emory University has received four patients infected with the Ebola virus since August. Dr. Alexander Isakov has been responsible for their transport from the airport to the isolation unit
New Jersey Quarantine Unwarranted, Some ER Doctors Say
The first health care worker to be subjected under New Jersey and New York's strict quarantine rules has been vocal about her treatment and rightly so, some doctors say
NYC Boy Being Observed for Possible Ebola Symptoms: Reports
The boy, who arrived in the United States on Saturday, had a 103 degree Fahrenheit (39 degrees Celsius) fever, ABC News reported.
Two-Year-Old Girl Dies in Mali's First Ebola Case
Ebola reaches Mali as the number of cases worldwide surpasses 10,000, with a mortality rate of almost 50%
Six in Quarantine in Connecticut as U.S. Steps Up Ebola Checks
The family of six West Africans, who arrived Saturday and were planning to live in the United States, will be watched for 21 days
U.S. to Monitor Those Arriving From Ebola-Hit Nations
All travelers returning to the U.S. from Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea will be monitored for 21 days, the CDC said Wednesday, and failure to check in will result in "immediate steps to find the person."
NYC Health Care Workers Prepped for Ebola
The city's medical staff was urged to calm anxieties about the Ebola virus coming to New York City, before attending intense training on infection control
The Good News About the Great Ebola Panic
The current hysteria has been a wake-up call about infectious disease we should all be worried about
Ebola Fear Ends for Dozens On Watch Lists in United States
Forty-three people who had contact with the man who died of Ebola in Dallas were cleared after being monitored.
Nina Pham Releases Video from Hospital Bed
Nina Pham, the first nurse infected with Ebola, speaks from her Texas hospital bed before transfer to Maryland.
Dallas County Officials Consider Disaster Declaration
Dallas County commissioners decided on Thursday that travel restrictions could be put into place without issuing a disaster declaration.
U.S. Nurse's Union Asks For More Ebola Protection
As a second American nurse is diagnosed with Ebola, the National Nurses Union want more protection for frontline health care workers
Frontier to Question Passengers From Ebola Nurse Flight
The second nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola flew from Cleveland to Dallas the day before she reported symptoms
NBC's Nancy Snyderman Breaks Ebola Quarantine, Apologizes
The network's medical correspondent was reportedly seen waiting in a parked car outside a Princeton restaurant in the midst of her 21-day quarantine
Dallas Nurse's Infection Prompts Rethink for CDC
The CDC is concerned about what happens to health care workers once they leave isolation and remove protective clothing
Ebola-Infected Dallas Nurse's Dog Won't Be Killed, Officials Say
The 1-year-old King Charles Spaniel will be moved to a location where its health can be checked, officials said.
Louisiana to Block Ashes of Ebola Victim's Belongings From Entering State
Incinerated items belonging to Thomas Duncan may remain in Texas because of fear of spreading the disease.
Second U.S. Ebola Case: Texas Health Care Worker Tests Positive
The number of people known to have died in the worst Ebola outbreak on record has risen to 4,033 out of 8,399 cases in seven countries, the World Health Organization said on Friday
Medical Staff in Spain Are Refusing to Work With Ebola Patients
Spanish nurses are refusing to work with cases of the deadly virus, citing health concerns
U.S. Will Introduce Screening for Ebola in 5 Major Airports
New York, Washington, D.C., Newark, Chicago and Atlanta will receive extra scrutiny.
Hospital Reports First U.S. Ebola Patient Has Died
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.