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There is controversy around whether or not there should be air travel restrictions between Ebola-affected countries in West Africa and the United States. Many argue commercial flights from there to the U.S. should stop immediately.
With some Americans on edge over the news of the country’s first Ebola patient, the World Health Organization issued a statement Monday clarifying how the virus does and doesn’t spread. The average American is at very low risk. The Ebola virus does not spread through the air, like the flu or a cold virus, according to the CDC. ‘If you sit next to someone on the bus, you’re not exposed,’
USA Swimming has suspended Olympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps for six months for violating the organization’s code of conduct. Phelps was arrested for driving under the influence, and a day after he said he would enter a six-week treatment program.
Hot-air balloon marriage proposal turns in to a rescue. A man was proposing to his girlfriend during their sunset ride Sunday when the balloon drifted off course and hovered over the water near Cardiff-by-the-Sea. No injuries:))
Seattle city council voted yesterday and we no longer have Columbus Day —it’s Indigenous People’s Day.