More than 300 infants may have been exposed to tuberculosis at a San Jose, California, hospital by one of the employees, the hospital said.
The Santa Clara Valley Medical Center learned in mid-November that an employee who worked in the newborn nursery was suspected of having active tuberculosis, the hospital said in a news release Friday, and the employee was placed on leave.
Three-hundred fifty infants may have been exposed, the hospital said, adding that they will be monitored closely for signs.
Carson said on ABC's "This Week" he entered the race because he heard from voters who were frustrated by "back room deals of subterfuge and dishonesty." He said he would be "out of here" if those types of deals remained.
Gloria Steinem thinks the United States is ready for a female commander in chief, but said during an interview on ABC News' "This Week" that "it is going to be hell."
The activist and writer sat down with ABC News' Cokie Roberts to discuss her recently published book, "My Life on the Road," which chronicles her journeys around the world educating herself and others about the women's movement over a period of five decades.
Steinem was an early Hillary Clinton supporter, but even as recently as 2008, she did not believe the country was ready for a woman to crack the ultimate glass ceiling.
A 23-year-old is in custody, accused of arson and committing a hate crime, in connection with a fire at a Southern California mosque that investigators believe was deliberately set, officials said Saturday.
Carl James Dial was arrested by Coachella police Friday night on five felony charges including arson, commission of a hate crime and second-degree burglary, according to arrest records. Federal official confirmed to ABC News today his arrest was connected to the mosque incident.