As of December 6, 2014 updated December 9th., there have been a total of 6346 Ebola deaths, and a total of 17834 cases, with a total of 11214 of those being lab-confirmed. Sierra Leone has been hit extremely hard since last update, with their 10th. Ebola doctor dying, and protest by medical professionals over lack of proper equipment.

As of November 18, 2014, updated November 24th., there have 5459 deaths, with 15351 possible cases, and 9596 lab-confirmed cases. Sierra Leone burial workers have gone on strike, they are demanding better pay. Italy’s first Ebola patient a doctor is to get an experimental treatment. “Italy’s health ministry said the doctor, who has not been […]

Nov 20, 2014 In an address to the nation, President Obama lays out the executive action he’s taking to fix our nation’s broken immigration system, November 20, 2014. – WhitehouseTweets: Beautiful speech Pres. Obama on immigration. #ImmigrationAction #immigration — Cynthia Kelly (@CynthiaY29) November 21, 2014 The Department of Homeland Security’s website on #ImmigrationAction –> http://t.co/l95Gh4XXja […]

Exactly. Well said Bill Clinton. WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday noted that previous U.S. presidents have issued some type of executive order on immigration, suggesting his Democratic successor was on “pretty firm legal footing.”  “As far as I can tell every president in the modern era has issued some executive orders […]

Originally posted on Consumerist:
(frankieleon) So far this year General Motors has been party to a slew of lawsuits related to its massive ignition switch recall involving millions of vehicles with the potentially deadly defect. The latest case against GM was filed Wednesday by the State of Arizona, which alleges that the carmaker defrauded consumers…

Originally posted on The Dude Dean:
Let the courts give this supercharged issue a needed time-out. Let a judge determine whether Fort Lauderdale’s new ordinance passes constitutional muster or needs a tweak? Chef Arnold is 3-0 v the City of Fort Lauderdale. Do you think that all the sudden, the City is going to win…

Doctors Without Borders announced Thursday instead of waiting for a confirmed Ebola cure, the organization plans to conduct three drug trials. Follow Cliff Judy: http://www.twitter.com/CliffJudy See more at http://www.newsy.com