Air travel has been a focal point for Ebola-related news, ever since the first case entered the United States last month with Thomas Eric Duncan, via Washington Dulles Airport. However, the Center for Disease Control has said that air travel poses low risk because it's not an airborne virus.
The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) announced Thursday evening that passengers entering the U.S. from three West African countries will be screened for Ebola upon arrival at five airports — New York JFK, Newark Liberty, Chicago O'Hare, Washington Dulles, and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson.
Ford plans on showing off four Mustangs here at the 2007 SEMA show, with two of the four coming from the classic customizers at Classic Design Concepts. One of the two CDC 'Stangs is a little dreamboat they're calling the '67 "Flashback" — it's actually CDC owner George Huisman's personal car. It's an all new…