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The sister of the first U.S. patients to be diagnosed with Ebola is raising questions about why it took two days to admit her brother into a Texas hospital despite his telling health workers he was visiting from Liberia. The West African nation is one of the worst-hit by the disease and has been part of numerous CDC alerts for health workers. [Full Story]
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Ebola Patient's Sister: Brother Told Texas Hospital He Had Been to Liberia
Documents: Kissinger Planned 'Ruthless' Military Reprisal on Cuba
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