Dr Martin Salia, a surgeon who contracted Ebola in his native Sierra Leone, died Monday morning at a Nebraska hospital where he had been receiving treatment, guaranteeing you’ll receive at least five worried texts from your Mom today.
Of the ten diagnosed cases of Ebola on U.S. soil, Salia was the second to die from the disease. Hopefully Ebola will be contained soon so people can remember to focus on the flu, and so Fox News can relax a bit.
The Patriots cemented their status as AFC front-runners by dominating the Colts last night, 42-20. Former practice squad afterthought and amateur standup comic Jonas Gray led the way with 199 yards and 4 touchdowns, while Rob Gronkowski took revenge on the man who broke his arm, former Patriots player Sergio Brown, by blocking him into another area code.
Facebook is attempting to take over the one place you’re banned from using Facebook with “Facebook at Work.” The site will look very similar to the Facebook that we know and love (and spend way too much time on) while allowing for shared professional documents as well as other collaborative workplace features. No word yet on Farmville integration.
Move over, Lassie: Until another challenger comes forward, the bravest little dog in the world is officially Buddy, a four-year-old Beagle mix who rode on the side of an ambulance for 20 miles to stay with his owner. “I was impressed,” said Buddy’s owner JR Nichols, 85, a rancher from Texas. “He didn’t have to go to the hospital with me, but he did.”