Tuesday, July 23, 2019 | Updated at 5:06 AM ET



The Ebola virus has plagued the West Africa in the past few years and a recent death indicates the possibility of a flare-up spreading in Guinea. A total of five people have died in southeast Guinea since March 17 and an estimated 816 people who have come into contact with the Ebola victims are set to be quarantined for safety.


Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, said President Barack Obama's potential executive action on immigration could result in the U.S. becoming a third-world country.


With news that a second health care worker was diagnosed with Ebola and flew to Cleveland despite a developing fever, Speaker of the House John Boehner wants President Barack Obama to consider a temporary flight ban as the virus remains a top health concern.


An Ebola outbreak in West Africa has continued to devastate the region but officials in Guinea are indicating that the outbreak may have peaked.


The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa has raised concerns about its potential to spread even further as the death toll continues to rise

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