The 42-year-old’s ordeal put a face on the deadly virus that has taken nearly 4,000 lives in West Africa this year and brought home to Americans the reality of a plague once considered a far-away problem.
Mass graves have been found in southern Mexico, and some fear they could contain the bodies of 43 students missing since deadly clashes with the police on Sept. 26.
Two self-proclaimed descendants of the American pancake icon are taking their heritage to court with a lawsuit seeking more than $2 billion from the Quaker Oats company.
Some turn to food. Some turn to drugs and dranks. Some turn to family and friends, and some decide to make drastic changes.
Things got even worse as these two aired each other out on social media, especially after Hazel E ignited their beef when she tweeted a photo of his family jewels for all to see.
He’s become something of a community regular at the corner of Sante Fe Drive and Bragg Boulevard, where he trolls with a “homeless” cardboard sign, and hopes you’ll pass money his way.
Twitter sues U.S. govt. in effort to loosen restrictions on what it can say publicly about the national security-related requests received for user data.
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services says it has confirmed three additional cases of Enterovirus D68, or EV-D68, in North Carolina, totaling nine since September 22.