Category News Networks

New U.S. Ebola Case: Health Care Nurse Contracts Ebola, Nina Pham Helped Care For Thomas Eric Duncan

      Update: Name and photo of nurse released. She is age 26, her name is Nina Pham. Today, it was reported that an unnamed nurse at the same hospital that treated Thomas Eric Duncan, has contracted Ebola. This would make the second confirmed case diagnosed in the U.S., she claims that she followed […]

Enterovirus D68: 11 U.S. states confirm total of 104 cases of common virus

  “Enteroviruses are very common, especially in the early fall. The CDC estimates that 10 million to 15 million infections occur in the United States each year. These viruses usually present like the common cold; symptoms include sneezing, a runny nose and a cough. Most people recover without any treatment. But this type of enterovirus […]

Senate Bill H.R. 2775 (Debt Limit/CR), Has Passed 81-18 to End U.S. Government Shutdown

The U.S. Senate has made great progress at the last moment. Hopefully the U.S. House will pass the bill as well, and this government shutdown can come to an end. Also, I hope that the next time it comes up in 2014, they will fund the government for a full year instead of just a […]

Justice for Trayvon Protesters Seek Legal Justice and Stop to Racial Profiling of Blacks in America #JusticeforTrayvon

Watch the fiery debate of Jelani Cobb of The New Yorker, David Webb of NYC Tea Party & Clinton Yates of Washington Post. “Ben Jealous, President and CEO of the NAACP, tells Candy why the case struck a cord with members of the black community.”- CNN“Attorney General Eric Holder says the killing of Trayvon Martin […]

5 Ways for MSNBC to Improve Ratings @MSNBC

As a Democrat, I would like for MSNBC to always perform at top levels. Recently, it has been reported that their ratings have fallen, so here are my suggestions to repair the MSNBC lineup. 1. Stop showing Lockup programs. Everyone is sick of them. Seriously. 2. Show social documentaries instead of Lockup. A good company […]

8 News Reports that CNN, and MSNBC missed or failed to mention effectively for July 10, 2013 @CNN @MSNBC

I understand, and appreciate that CNN and MSNBC often gets stuck like glue on the same story all day. Before you ask, yes of course the Zimmerman trial is important, but news networks often ignore important news from around the world, and even neglect to report important events happening in the states. So here are […]