US health secretary visits Liberia , where Ebola killed 4,800
US health secretary makes 1st overseas trip to Liberia, where Ebola killed 4,800
Bacteria appears to be behind mysterious outbreak in Liberia
Health officials say a bacterial infection appears to be the cause of at least some cases in a mysterious outbreak in Liberia.
Jared Taylor: Whites Deserve a Homeland
Editor of American Renaissance, Jared Taylor sits down with ABC News' Amna Nawaz on "Uncomfortable" for a blunt discussion of race and racism in America.
White House Daughters Go Above the Fray of Partisan Politics
Bush Daughters write a heartfelt letter to the Obama sisters as they get ready to resume life outside the White House.
Special Minnesota Family Visits Robin Roberts at 'GMA'
Jessica and Jason Neal have two biological children, adopted seven and have fostered 92 kids.
'After The View': March 8, 2016
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Bizarre Voicemail Released in Missing Man Case
Authorities have confirmed that the growling, moaning sounds came from Henry McCabe's cell phone on Labor Day.
Promising News on Experimental Ebola Vaccine
Developing now a huge headline today in the fight against Ebola. Preliminary results now showing a vaccine to be up to a 100% effective in preventing the potentially deadly disease during an epidemic. Hi everyone I'm Caroline Costello in New York. This news coming nearly one year after we saw the
Ebola Strain in New Liberia Cases Same as Virus From Last Year's Outbreak
Liberia is fighting against a return of the Ebola virus as five people have recently been diagnosed with the disease. The country's Ministry of Health confirmed that another 149 people remain in quarantine after the virus was detected in the body of a teenager outside Monrovia on June 29. Genetic
As New Ebola Cases Emerge in Liberia , Officials Race to Halt Outbreak
Confirmation of new Ebola infections in Liberia this week have brought back fears that another outbreak could run rampant in the West African country, but experts caution that the government and aid organizations are far more prepared now to stop the spread of the deadly virus. Officials from