Is the US ready for a biological catastrophe?
It has been 15 years after the deadly anthrax attacks in the U.S. and more than two years since Ebola reached America. Does the US have a leader to coordinate prevention? Tom Ridge discusses.
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The power presidents have in a national emergency06:10
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