Friday's question asked (with thanks again to media maven Dan Rosenbaum for submitting it): What union-busting detective created the Civil War precursor to the Secret Service? And which strike was he best known for breaking? Those answers would be Allen Pinkerton and the Homestead strike against Andrew Carnegie!
Congratulations to Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times for being the first to answer both parts correctly! Honorable mentions also go out to Debbie Carlson, Matthew Delman, Hiram Reisner, Marilyn Parel, Becky Yerak, Ken Walker, Steven Morell, Cindi Lash, Paul Boyd, Amy Zipkin, Hollywood Highlands, Dan Freedman, Francis Hinchey and Alan Blaustein for getting at least one of those right.
As for today's question, here it is, with thanks to frequent QOTD participant and former author Francis Hinchey for submitting it: What year did the first Ebola virus outbreak occur, and which two countries were involved? Be sure to answer both parts!
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