Amid the second deadliest outbreak of Ebola in history, doctors and scientists have been running a clinical trial of new drugs in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Two of the experimental treatments have been so effective that the trial was cut short and some are saying that Ebola is now curable. Jamie Ducharme, health reporter for Time Magazine, joins us for what we know.
Next, the Trump administration has decided to delay imposing more tariffs on laptops, cell phones, and a wide range of other products made in China. President Trump said they delayed tariffs because of Christmas, so that consumers would not face higher prices for the holidays. David Shepardson, reporter at Reuters, joins us for more.
Finally, Millennials are struggling at work. Many of them aren’t engaged and at least 60% are open to new job opportunities. Part of the problem is that expectations are unrealistically high, and want career advancement in months vs. years. Tess Brigham, psychotherapist and contributor to CNBC joins us for how to lose the ‘I hate my job mentality.’
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