Currently, Ebola.com is pretty barebones: an image of the virus, a few news articles, and links to buy relevant books on Amazon. If you think you can do something better with the site, it can be yours for just $150,000. But if birdflu.com better suits your fancy, you'll have to pay Jon Schultz a little more.
The number of new Ebola cases in West Africa could skyrocket from 1,000 per week to more than 10,000 per week by December, the World Health Organization announced Tuesday morning. WHO assistant director-general Dr. Bruce Aylward said that the mortality rate from the virus now stands at 70 percent, 20 percent higher than previously believed.
A US Airways flight from Philadelphia to Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic, was held upon landing yesterday after a sneezing passenger joked about having been to Africa.
An innocent four-limbed creature succumbed to Ebola this afternoon after days of intense public outra—wait, wait a second, we're not talking about an African person here. Open that tab back up. Can you hear me? It was a dog. A DOG. A poor, adorable, defenseless pup who never did anything wrong in this cruel world.