CDC chief's resume includes 'Big Gulp' ban

by Jerome R. Corsi --   NEW YORK – The public face of the foundering Obama administration response to the Ebola crisis has a history of left-leaning activism and fashions himself as a more…

Obama picks Democrat operative as 'Ebola czar'

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – Amid criticism that the White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have not acted swiftly or efficiently enough to combat the Ebola more…

Ebola nurse moved
to National Institutes of Health

by Jerome R. Corsi -- WASHINGTON – Ebola-infected Dallas nurse Nina Pham is being moved to Washington for treatment, health officials told a hearing of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the more…

Airlines on edge after Ebola nurse's flight

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – In the wake of a Dallas nurse infected with the Ebola virus traveling on an airliner that subsequently made five trips, airlines worldwide are reacting more…

U.S. Army warns of potential 'airborne' Ebola

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – While Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization officials continue to insist Ebola cannot be transmitted by air from one person to another, an more…

Investors unsure if Dow slide temporary

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – The roller-coaster Dow Jones Industrial Average prompted the economic blog ZeroHedge.com to mock Obama administration crowing that the stock market high “proved the economic recovery more…

Ebola horror: Infected nurse flew U.S. airline

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – Only hours after the Centers for Disease Control reassured the American public the health-care procedures at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas were adequate to more…

Contact of Dallas nurse monitored for Ebola

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – An unnamed employee of Alcon, a local Fort Worth company, was placed in observation at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas because he had contact more…

WHO: Ebola 'out of control' in West Africa

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – The World Health Organization announced Tuesday that while the Ebola epidemic appears to have been stopped in Senegal and Nigeria, the disease remains “out of more…