A protester on Friday stood outside the White House asking President Barack Obama to ban flights from parts of the world affected by the Ebola virus in effort to stop the deadly epidemic, which has already reached American soil. The debate surrounding travel bans as a way to curb the spread of Ebola intensified after Thursday's congressional hearing, unleashing a flurry of impassioned arguments on both sides.
A protester on Friday stood outside the White House asking President Barack Obama to ban flights from parts of the world affected by the Ebola virus in effort to stop the deadly epidemic, which has already reached American soil. The debate surrounding travel bans as a way to curb the spread of Ebola intensified after Thursday's congressional hearing, unleashing a flurry of impassioned arguments on both sides. Olivier Douliery MCT
A protester on Friday stood outside the White House asking President Barack Obama to ban flights from parts of the world affected by the Ebola virus in effort to stop the deadly epidemic, which has already reached American soil. The debate surrounding travel bans as a way to curb the spread of Ebola intensified after Thursday's congressional hearing, unleashing a flurry of impassioned arguments on both sides. Olivier Douliery MCT

Charles Krauthammer: U.S. needs to shift balance to contain the contagion

October 20, 2014 03:16 PM