RT America -- October 15, 2014

Nearly 5,000 chemical munitions were discovered by American soldiers during the Iraq War, and over a dozen service members were exposed, according to a new report from The New York Times. Many of these weapons date back to the Iraq-Iran War of the 1980s, and may have been provided by the US in support of Saddam Hussein’s fight against Iran. RT’s Ben Swann asks Iraq War veteran and doctoral researcher Jake Diliberto, does this mean President George Bush’s claims of Iraqi WMDs were true?

With another individual contracting Ebola inside the US, confidence over the country’s ability to contain the disease is eroding. Three out of four nurses say their employers have not provided adequate information to deal with the virus, according to a new poll, and holes in the public containment plan are making their way through the media. RT’s Marina Portnaya takes a look at the US response that leaves many questions unanswered.