Thousands of federal workers on extended paid leave
Tab exceeds $775 million in salary alone.
by Lisa Rein
U.N. officials tour Detroit to assess impact of water shutoffs
Residents owe upwards of $90 million in overdue bills.
by Serena Maria Daniels

Ebola fear ends for dozens on watch lists in United States
Incubation period over, including for four people who shared an apartment with Duncan.
by Anna Driver
Vote all you want. The secret government won’t change.
The people we elect aren’t the ones calling the shots, says Tufts University’s Michael Glennon.
by Jordan Michael Smith

Donald Trump: Even African-Americans Can't Listen to Obama Anymore
Unemployment rate among minorities, particularly males.
by Wanda Carruthers
U.S. is Responsible for the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: Liberian Scientist
Guatemala syphilis experiments took more than 62 years to be exposed to public.
by Timothy Alexander Guzman

Crowd Walks Out on Obama
Early departures of crowd members while he spoke underscored his continuing unpopularity.
by Jeff Mason
#StopEbolaStrike: National Strike to Force Obama to Block West African Flights
Administration committing criminal neglect by failing to secure America against outbreak.
by Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones


CDC Director: Leave the Border Open, We Can Track Potential Ebola Patients
Dr. Frieden also claimed Ebola is “not a significant threat” to U.S.
by Kit Daniels
Photo: Dallas-Area Hospital Gives Nurse "Spaceballs" Style Helmet for Ebola
Nurse given “Dark Helmet” mask and apparently nothing else.
by Kit Daniels

Ohio, Texas schools close amid Ebola scare
Both buildings to be disinfected after student traveled on flight to Cleveland.
by USA Today
911 Emergency Dispatchers Instructed Not To Say 'Ebola' Over Radio
Dispatchers instead must use the code letters “F/T,” as in Fever/Travel.
by New York Post

CDC Pushes Preparedness For Zombies Over Ebola
“…If you’re prepared for a zombie, you’re really prepared for…an infectious disease,” CDC Director Tom Frieden said.
by Kit Daniels
'Nurses are not protected, they're not prepared for Ebola'
Nurses “not prepared to handle Ebola or any other pandemics.”
by Ashley Collman

Second Nurse with Ebola on Airline Day Before Diagnosis
Flight carried 132 passengers.
by CBS DFW
10 Shocking Facts about Flame Retardants
10 facts you need to know to protect you and your loved ones from these dangerous, pervasive toxins.
by Dr. Edward F. Group III