When a Hospital Is a Dangerous Place to Be

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When two nurses in a Dallas hospital contracted Ebola, it was a wakeup call for an ongoing problem. One out of every 25 patients admitted to hospitals in the United States every year picks up a deadly homegrown infection — because of the failure to follow standard procedures. 

Also, missing students, mass graves and political corruption have led to public outrage from Acapulco to Mexico City. Will forcing a state governor to resign ease the explosive tension — or is it too little, too late?  



Warren Olney