Those potential contacts will be investigated, questioned and monitored to determine exactly how close they got to Thomas Eric Duncan and his family, Dallas County health officials said Thursday.
Ebola may be here, living inside the body of a patient now being treated in isolation at a Dallas hospital. But here are five reasons why Americans need to calm down and not worry.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist and Tamron Hall discuss People magazine’s report that George Clooney’s bride, Amal Alamuddin, gave a memorable speech at their wedding in which she said that she quit smoking for her new husband. Tamron jokes it’s not a big sacrifice – “you get Clooney, or cigarettes.”
The government says the virus, which causes severe respiratory illness, has sickened at least 500 people, almost all children. The latest victim was a 10-year-old Rhode Island girl.
Jesse Matthew, the suspect in the college student’s disappearance, faces a Virginia judge Thursday as police turn to new technology in the search. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
In the United States an estimated 296,000 women and 2,240 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year and almost 40,000 women and 410 men will die of the disease. That's one death every 14 minutes, according to the National Breast Cancer Coalition.