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Nurses on the front-lines without training

Nurses on the front-lines without training

10/16/14 03:10PM

Dr. William Schaffner and Professor Mary O'Neil Mundinger discuss the training or lack thereof that nurses are receiving before dealing with Ebola patients and what we can do to eliminate this problem in healthcare. watch

Poverty and the economics of Ebola

Poverty and the economics of Ebola

10/15/14 03:25PM

Ebola is more than just a health crisis, but also causes problems for the economy. Actor Jeffrey Wright of "Broadwalk Empire" joins The Cycle to discuss his new role promoting Ebola awareness. watch

What happened to idealism surrounding Obama?

What happened to idealism surrounding Obama?

10/14/14 03:29PM

Democratic candidates don't seem to want the president anywhere near their midterm elections. The Huffington Post's Howard Fineman talks about where he thinks all the excitement and hope surrounding President Obama in 2008 went. watch

Ebola's history in the US

Ebola's history in the US

10/14/14 03:02PM

While the current Ebola case in Texas marks the first human-to-human case in the U.S., it is not the first time Ebola has been on U.S. soil, when in 1989 a strain of Ebola infected monkeys were imported into the country. Virologist Dr. C.J. Peters joins t watch

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