The confirmation Tuesday of the first Ebola case on U.S. soil emerges against a backdrop of increasing concern in America’s medical community that preparedness for a pandemic has stagnated or slipped in recent years because of tough economic times and increasing malaise since the 2001 anthrax threat.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of the state of Oklahoma in its lawsuit against an IRS rule that extended Obamacare’s subsidies to health exchange in every state, state officials announced Tuesday.
For the first time, the Obama administration posted Tuesday data outlining months of consulting fees, grants, travel expenses and other gifts that companies paid to America’s doctors.
A patient in a Dallas hospital who has been held in “strict isolation” is confirmed to have the deadly Ebola virus, a local news station has revealed.
The U.S. Army is sending the 101st Airborne Division, along with combat engineers from other units, to Africa in support of the international community’s attempt to halt the spread of the Ebola virus.