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With the first Ebola diagnosis in the U.S., is the country prepared to handle a potential outbreak?
(CNN) - They are adapting and somehow still advancing despite days of coalition airstrikes. ISIS fighters in Syria are closing in on a key border town within sight of Turkey.
And while it's still unclear whether the bombing campaign has done anything to accomplish the president's goal of 'degrading and destroying ISIS,' there are new concerns about the toll the campaign's taking on innocent people who have already survived years of war from many different angles.
(CNN) - Outside of the medical community, they may play the biggest role in helping to stop the spread of Ebola beyond West Africa's borders and yet, it seems many U.S. airport workers don't have a clue what steps they're supposed to be taking to identify possibly infected passengers.
In some cases, they're not even screening travelers who admit they've come into contact with someone who has the disease.
CNN's Renee Marsh reports.
Dr. Anthony Fauci defends the CDC's decision not to release the Ebola patient's flight information, saying the risk for transmission was low.
Rep. Mark Meadows, (R) North Carolina, told CNN's Jake Tapper he was glad to hear of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson's resignation. "It's good for the president, for the first family, it's good for the American people," he said.