President Obama appoints and Ebola Czar, Ron Klein, former chief of staff for Vice Presidents Al Gore and Joe Biden. The GOP slams the decision. (CNN)
Medical Marijuana if it wins at the polls it will benefit government, the people and their doctors: criminal attorney Jeffrey Feiler. (PR Newswire.com)
Students cleanup after mayhem near a pumpkin festival. (Huffington Post)
The biggest journalistic correction on our troops being exposed to chemical weapons. (New York Sun)
The President has an Ebola problem. The Ebola crisis in the United States has become an anchor threatening to sink the Obama presidency. (The Hill)
The military’s top official responsible for Latin America says he’s concerned illegal immigrants from West Africa could already be sneaking across the porous southern border carrying Ebola, adding a new potential danger the White House will have to grapple with. (New York Times)
Liberals say no Ebola vaccine due to budget cuts but studies on fat lesbians are ok? (Bizpac)
Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant is open today for its 101st season. How does the stone crab harvest look this year? Joyce asks the manager. (WSVN 7)
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