The combination of disinformation and fundamentalism led to 644 cases of the disease in 2014, the largest number in 20 years. The situation could get worse in 2015, with 102 cases registered in just one month.
The U.S. presidential election 2016: From left to right, from Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush, not a single candidate gives the impression of being prepared for the world of tomorrow.
It’s now almost three weeks before the midterm elections. The Republicans, aiming for a majority in the Senate, have begun to tap into “two scares” as campaign issues: the threat posed by the Islamic extremist group Islamic State, and a possible Ebola epidemic. On the latter front, they are lacing into President [Read more]