Obama's Keystone docs fail again

Dr. Craig Spencer, NYC's first Ebola patient, was not flagged by the CDC's 'enhanced screening' protocols.
'He went through multiple layers of screening and did not have a fever or other symptoms of illness,' the CDC tweeted. He spiked a 103-degree fever six days later and landed in New York City's Bellevue Hospital. Critics are slamming the CDC and the Obama administration for letting west African travelers into the country while requiring airport screening that can't identify patients.  Read more: