President Obama: Health Agencies Working to Combat Ebola

Now watching

Next video starts in : 7 Play

President Obama: Health Agencies Working to Combat Ebola

President Obama: Health Agencies Working to Combat Ebola
Replay video
Up next

List of Foods Causing Illness Keeps Rising

Unlock your personal NFL Now stream by signing in to NFL.com

President Obama: Health Agencies Working to Combat Ebola

by WSJ Live 2:05 mins

President Obama: Health Agencies Working to Combat Ebola

by WSJ Live 2:05 mins

In a press conference Friday, President Obama said the CDC and other U.S. health agencies are working with the World Health Organization to send a surge of resources to Africa to contain the Ebola outbreak. Photo: Getty

More From

WSJ Video News

WSJ Video

  1. 5:00

    The Grateful Dead: Is This Really the End?

  2. 3:27

    Moneyologist: Chasing Down Friends for Unpaid Tip?

  3. 4:38

    List of Foods Causing Illness Keeps Rising

  4. 4:23

    Lyme Disease Cases on Rise: Check Yourself for Ticks

  5. 1:23

    Motorless Treadmills Are Climbing

  6. 1:26

    An Exclusive Glimpse at Marvel's 'Ant-Man'

WSJ Video Top Features

  1. 2:30

    Fourth of July Fireworks From Around the U.S.

  2. 1:17

    July 4th Barbecues Will Be a Lot More Expensive

  3. 3:43

    Women's World Cup: What to Watch For

  4. 2:35

    Could Free Agent LeBron James Leave the Cavs?

  5. 1:10

    Wimbledon 2015: 10 Facts About the Tournament

  6. 4:10

    How to Nail Your Next Speech

WSJ Video Top News

  1. 2:35

    Could Free Agent LeBron James Leave the Cavs?

  2. 2:46

    Inside the Most Expensive Hotel Room in New York City

  3. 2:23

    Film Trailer: 'Cartel Land'

  4. 1:08

    U.S. Beats Germany, Advances to Women’s World Cup Final

  5. 1:10

    Man on Japan Train Sets Himself on Fire; Two Dead

  6. 1:32

    Greek Bailout: Can a Deal Still Be Struck?

WSJ Video Tech