There are so many questions and concerns about Ebola and what this first case in the U.S. really means. Viewers have been sending us questions on Facebook and Twitter. We got answers from Dr. Irwin Redlener, Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and David Quammen, author of "Ebola: The Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus."
Thomas Duncan arrived at a Dallas hospital with fever and vomiting. He even told a nurse that he had recently traveled from Liberia. Despite all that, doctors sent him home. Drew Griffin has new details on what went wrong.
Jesse Matthew, the suspect in the disappearance of UVA student Hannah Graham, has now been linked to two sexual assault cases at two Virginia universities he attended in 2002 and 2003. Randi Kaye traveled to one of the schools to learn more.
The CDC says it’s not clear what role enterovirus-68 may have played in the deaths of four children. The respiratory virus has been striking kids across the country, landing some in intensive care units. Now there are growing concerns that the virus may be linked to neurological complications in some of those cases. Deborah Feyerick has the latest.
Thomas Duncan is said to be in serious condition at a Dallas hospital after being diagnosed with Ebola. Nancy Writebol is one of just a few Americans who know what he is going through right now. She survived an Ebola infection. Nancy and her husband David spoke to Anderson about Nancy’s battle with the deadly virus. They also offered advice to Duncan and his family.
Nancy goes on to describe what it is like to suffer from Ebola in part 2 of her interview with Anderson.
Gary Tuchman visited the Dallas home where Thomas Duncan was staying before he was diagnosed with Ebola. It was there that Duncan may have come into contact with five children who attend four different schools in the neighborhood. Gary also went to one of those schools and spoke with concerned parents.
Questions are mounting about how anyone could not only storm the White House through an unlocked front door, but also make it all the way into the East Room. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson testified on Capitol Hill today and acknowledged that the "security plan was not properly executed" when an intruder jumped the White House fence. Pamela Brown takes a closer look the grilling by congressional lawmakers.
Do Secret Service agents have any more power to use lethal force than the average American police officer? Randi Kaye reports on Secret Service protocols.
Dan and Gil Harrington are living a nightmare that few parents can even imagine. Their daughter Morgan was murdered in 2009 after leaving a Metallica concert on the campus of the University of Virginia. They just learned there could be a DNA link to Jesse Matthew Jr., the man arrested days ago in connection with the disappearance of UVA sophomore Hannah Graham.
The Harringtons spoke with Anderson. They discussed Matthew's possible involvement in Morgan's death, the Hannah Graham case and they shared memories of their daughter. Morgan's father also delivered a powerful message to suspect Jesse Matthew.
Police are calling on fugitive cop killer suspect Eric Frein to surrender and say he is making mistakes. In the last 24 hours, investigators believe they caught a glimpse of Frein and say they found several items of his, including two fully functioning pipe bombs. Deborah Feyerick has the latest on the search.
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