Author says billions were spent on training for bio-attacks, not outbreaks.
Asian carp are thriving in Midwestern waterways, eating native species out of their habitat. To control the population, authorities are zapping the fish with electricity, and hosting fishing derbies for local residents. NBC s Kevin Tibbles reports.
Anthony Banbury and Dr. Gabe Kelen on what is needed to fight Ebola.
Riot crews unloaded tear gas and arrested out-of-control party goers as a pumpkin festival near Keene State College in New Hampshire, after more than 30 people were injured when a the seasonal party got out of control. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
A woman who went on a vacation after handling samples from Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan is escorted off a cruise ship by law enforcement in Galveston, Texas.
About 200 short-finned pilot whales were spotted on Friday off the coast of Southern California. The whales, which were once common to the area, had virtually disappeared for the last 30 years. NBC s Joe Dryer reports.
The CDC announced new Ebola protocols for health care workers including requiring all skin to be covered.
82-year-old Elizabeth Laird received the Yellow Rose of Texas for her comforting hugs to Fort Hood soldiers.
NIAID Director Anthony Fauci tells Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd there is need to expand protocols beyond four biocontainment hospitals.
NBC News' Chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Micthell says there are still too many questions about whether hospitals around the country are ready are prepared to deal with Ebola.
Chuck Todd will head to the Midwest this week to meet politicians and voters in the run-up to the midterm elections.
NIAID Director Anthony Fauci says coordination of resources to fight Ebola in the U.S. will be easier under Ron Klain.
Director of NIAID, Anthony Fauci, says he hopes to walk out of NIH hospital with a healthy nurse soon.
Sen. Roy Blunt and Laurie Garrett weigh in on the pros and cons of a travel ban from West Africa.
Wearable motion-sensor devices give real-time progress reports that help motivate people to be more active.
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