Thomas Duncan was not showing signs of Ebola as he flew to Dallas on two United Airlines flights. The airline is voluntarily contacting passengers on those flights, even though Ebola is only infectious when a person has symptoms. Dan Simon visited an airplane hangar in California to learn more about how dangerous Ebola can be on a plane.
California is dealing with one of its worst droughts on record. The drought has triggered extreme water conservation measures, killed crops and is blamed for an increase in wildfires. The scale of the problem becomes startling clear through images captured before the drought and what the same locations look like today. Dan Simon has the latest.
In some cases, it's three strikes and you're out. That isn't the case for Shaun Goodman after he was arrested for his seventh DUI offense. Goodman was sentenced to one year in jail, but a work release allows him to go home and run his business. That's not sitting well with some in the community, including the passenger in Goodman's Ferrari the night of his most recent crash. He had to jump from the speeding sports car during a high-speed chase with police. Dan Simon has the story.
The teen who survived a five hour flight tucked inside an airliner’s wheel-well is recovering in a Hawaii hospital. His father is speaking out and says he was shocked to learn what his son did. Dan Simon looks at what's next for the stowaway.
Authorities in California say surveillance video shows the teen stowaway approaching a plane. We know authorities found him walking around the tarmac in Maui, Hawaii. But there are plenty of skeptics who have a hard time believing he really survived a five hour flight in the wheel well of a plane. Dam Simon has the latest details on his story.
13-year-old Jahi McMath went to the hospital for a tonsillectomy. After severe complications from the surgery Jahi's doctors declared her brain dead. But her family believes otherwise. They won a battle to move her out of the hospital and into a new facility. Dan Simon has the latest on the case.
Anderson discussed this with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
New developments in the heartbreaking case of Jahi McMath. The 13-year-old suffered severe complications after a tonsillectomy and her doctors declared her brain dead. Today a coroner issued a death certificate. But Jahi's family believes she is still alive, and they are doing everything they can to keep her on a ventilator. Now there is an agreement between Jahi's family and the hospital on what to do next. Dan Simon has the latest.
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