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(CNN) – For better or for worse, spouses are a key part of campaigns.
A significant other can have significant sway – especially if the answer is no. Even before the midterms are over, that spouse veto is in play for 2016.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
(CNN) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is contacting all of the passengers and crew on board Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 from Cleveland to Dallas on October 13.
The same flight a Dallas nurse, infected with the deadly disease, flew on just one day before she reported symptoms.
CNN's René Marsh reports.
(CNN) – A second nurse has been diagnosed with Ebola, after caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian citizen who died of the disease last week. Amber Vinson cared for Duncan during his first three days at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, before he was diagnosed with the deadly disease.
Before the 29-year-old nurse was diagnosed on Tuesday, she had traveled to Cleveland, Ohio, to prepare for her upcoming wedding, flying aboard Frontier Airlines Flight 1143*.
Given that she was exposed to Ebola, why did Vinson fly? Was she not told she wasn't supposed to get on a commercial airline?
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
*If you traveled on Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 on October 13, contact the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at 1-800-232-4636.
(CNN) – The second nurse to be infected with Ebola will be moved from a Dallas hospital to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. Emory is one of four American hospitals with high level biocontainment units, and has successfully treated other Ebola patients.
What else does Emory offer that facilities in Dallas can't?
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
Washington (CNN) - The White House announced Wednesday that it was postponing President Barack Obama's campaign trip - which included stops in Connecticut and New Jersey - in order for the president to meet with "cabinet agencies coordinating the government's response to the Ebola outbreak."
With the potency of his last years in office on the line, Obama was expected to cautiously step back on to the campaign trail Wednesday, rallying Democrats in dyed-blue Connecticut working to keep the governor there in office.