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Doctors: Potential Ebola Cases Still ‘Covered Up By CDC’

Anthony Gucciardi,  Ebola continues to spread wildly in Sierra Leone as experts project that virtually all major cities in the United States will face imported cases of Ebola amid the failed response of the CDC. The nightly news says the story on the disease is ‘closed,’ but medical doctors around the country happen to disagree — and overwhelmingly so. […] Read More →

Obama says his immigration plan is lawful

 President Barack Obama planned on Thursday to ease the threat of deportation for about 4.7 million illegal immigrants, as leading Democrats lined up behind the U.S. leader in the face of Republican attacks. In a speech to be broadcast at 8 p.m. ET (0100 GMT), Obama will announce he will use his executive authority to […] Read More →

U.S. increasing non-lethal military aid to Ukraine

 The United States plans to increase non-lethal military assistance to Ukraine, including deliveries of the first Humvee vehicles, having decided for now not to provide weapons, U.S. officials said. The increase in non-lethal aid to Ukraine, which is grappling with a Russian-backed separatist movement in its east, is expected to be announced on Thursday during […] Read More →

Department of Homeland Security: U.S. to allow people from nations hit by Ebola to stay

 The Department of Homeland Security will grant temporary protected status to people from the three West African countries most affected by Ebola who are currently residing in the United States, department officials said on Thursday. People from Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone in the United States as of Thursday may apply for protection from deportation, […] Read More →

Arctic blast in U.S. brings early snow, freezing temperatures

 Heavy snow and freezing temperatures blasted across the United States on Tuesday, with Northeast towns declaring emergencies and Southern states bracing for record cold. The Arctic chill that swept through the Rocky Mountains last week arrived in the Northeast and would push southward by evening, said National Weather Service meteorologist Patrick Burke. “Pretty much everybody, […] Read More →

Hillary Clinton announcement in mid-January?

 Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe this week said Hillary Rodham Clinton would make up her mind about a presidential bid in about 60 days. McAuliffe, a close Clinton ally and the chairman of the Democrat’s 2008 White House campaign, discussed the timeline Thursday evening with U.S. News‘ Nikki Schwab. A mid-January announcement is pretty much in […] Read More →