It remains unclear whether the military exceeded its own limits on lodging expenses to put service members up in the president's hotel.
Seeing his human is this guy's favorite thing in the whole wide world. Meanwhile, this guy totally got an A in obedience school. Here's a little guy who could play fetch all day long.
It's happened: The Ebola virus has made its move to the big city, presumably with big dreams of infecting the lot of us. Ebola is understandably frightening, but if you listen to the voices of reason, there's not a lot to be scared about, and medical staff and emergency support crews are working hard to make sure it stays that way. Maybe that's one reason why most New Yorkers are saying they aren't scared.
At the airport, conventional wisdom keeps most travelers from joking around with words like "bomb" and "explosion." And as a new video purportedly shows, we probably want to add "Ebola" to that list, too. On October 8, authorities met a US Airways flight from Philadelphia to Punta Cana due to a possible health issue onboard, The Huffington Post confirmed. The man in question had caused concern among his fellow passengers by shouting "I have Ebola!" and joking that he'd recently been to Africa, according to a report by Fox News Latino.
You know how Snow White had all those woodland critters serenading her with song as they helped her dust, straighten, cook and generally slave over her cottage home while her roommates went out to tour as a barbershop septet or work in the mines or whatever they did with their lives? These people are like that, except way more awesome. Look at them chillin' out with their hairy, scaly and/or four-legged besties.