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This Week (10.19.14)

In today’s episode of the This Week podcast, the fight against Ebola continues in America. Two patients receive treatment at hospitals across the country, but are they prepared? And how worried should the American public be about Ebola? President Obama says Americans should not give in to the Ebola “hysteria”. The quarantine is lifted for those in Dallas who came in contact with Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan. Ebola is causing a political firestorm between candidates in the midterm elections. Possible changes may be coming to the Catholic Church.



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This Week (10.12.14) Podcast

In today's episode of the This Week podcast, a second patient has Ebola, according to preliminary tests. A female healthcare worker at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas contracted the virus while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, despite wearing protective gear. And to battle the growing pandemic, US troops are heading straight to the center of the outbreak, West Africa. The fight against ISIS continues and ABC's Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz sat down with General Martin Dempsey to talk air strikes, ISIS and more.  And in politics, ABC's Senior National Correspondent Jim Avila chats with rising star and HUD Secretary, Julian Castro.  



This Week (10.05.14) Podcast

In today’s episode of the This Week Podcast, there are growing fears about Ebola, as at least nine people who had close contact with the first U.S. patient continue to be monitored closely by officials. ABC’s “This Week” host George Stephanopoulos spoke with the director of the Centers for Disease Control, Dr. Tom Frieden, on how prepared this country is for a potential outbreak. Ever since the mayhem at Columbine High School 15 years ago, law enforcement officials are trying to figure out what causes young men to snap. The Secret Service is still under fire. ABC’s Bob Woodruff with the new honor for America’s Wounded Warriors.



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