The Rev. Jesse Jackson presided over a prayer vigil at the Dallas hospital where the first man diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. is being treated for the deadly disease. Jackson spoke in Dallas Tuesday alongside the mother, son and other relatives of Thomas Eric Duncan.
U.S. Ebola Death Exposes Flaws in Healthcare System
The death of Thomas Eric Duncan sheds light on serious flaws in the U.S. healthcare system. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital released him when he first showed up with a fever and stomach pains, even though he told a nurse he'd come from West Africa.
The "Whiteness Project" is a multimedia documentary, described as an investigation of how Americans identify with being white. Twenty-one caucasians from Buffalo, New York, talk candidly about their race. Whitney Dow, the producer and director, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the film.
Boy Killed in Collision with Ice Cream Truck, Driver Attacked
Authorities say a 7-year-old boy riding a motorized bike was hit and killed by an ice cream truck in South Los Angeles and residents then attacked the driver. LAPD spokeswoman Officer Nuria Venegas says the truck hit the child shortly after 7 p.m.
Kaci Hickox and her boyfriend went out for an hour-long bike ride with police in tow. It is the second time the Maine nurse has ignored the quarantine after returning to the U.S. from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone. Maine's governor says negotiations with her "have broken down."
CDC Guard Speaks Out After Being Fired Over Elevator Ride with Obama
Kenneth Tate was armed when he rode an elevator with the President in September. The Secret Service said he was never authorized to be there. Mark Strassman reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters in Atlanta.