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Four U.S. hospitals are equipped to treat highly infectious Ebola patients, which means only 11 beds for the country.
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National Nurses United said "there were no protocols" at the Texas hospital that treated an Ebola patient Thomas Duncan.
Sarah Strittmatter - a friend of Nina Pham, a Dallas nurse infected with Ebola - says her friend is "incredibly kind."
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A close friend and former colleague of Nina Pham says that Nina was Thomas Eric Duncan's primary nurse in Dallas.
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Ebola patient and nurse, Nina Pham, praised the care at the Dallas Presbyterian Hospital in a statement.
Dr. Robert Haley tells CNN's Jake Tapper that his former hospital did everything right in treating Thomas Eric Duncan.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports from Dallas, where Ebola patient and nurse Nina Pham's condition has been upgraded to good.
The death toll from Tropical Cyclone Hudhud has climbed to 29 and survivors struggle for food and water. Tom Sater reports.
CNN's Jake Tapper looks at what people have said that's flat wrong about Ebola.
Bourdain seeks information in Paraguay about his great-great-great grandfather, who emigrated from France in the 1850s.
President Obama met with military leaders from coalition countries and labeled the ISIS fight as a "long term" campaign.
Jihadists can use social media to spread terror, but did one Taliban member accidentally help counter-terror efforts?
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