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The once-rare disease is threatening to make a comeback.
A sample of the virus was reportedly transferred by accident to a less secure facility.
Experts say designating certain medical sites Ebola-ready was long overdue.
Many lawmakers missed a Senate hearing on the response to the outbreak.
The CDC sees signs U.S. efforts are helping to slow the epidemic in Africa.
Hospitals need to take greater precautions to protect workers.
The use of a simple word can have deadly meaning.
CDC director says better response team might have kept nurse from getting Ebola.
Anxiety over Ebola is at a feverish pitch.
To track and contain Ebola, every healthcare team member must be heard and valued.
There are no signs the disease is under control in the hardest-hit areas.
The outbreak of HIV is rare in the rural United States, the CDC said.
NIH and CDC will test the vaccines in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
He pressed Congress to approve $6 billion in funds during a speech at the NIH.
Ban Ki-moon warned only weeks ago that the outbreak was "entering a new phase."
The nurses union wants OSHA to issue mandatory rules to protect health workers.
Obama met Wednesday with Ron Klain on the Ebola's czar's first day on the job.
Klain will help the American people understand what is happening, and not happening, and why.
Democrats want to know why the House Appropriations Health panel hasn't met.
The senator suggested budget cuts had hampered the U.S. response.
"This funding issue is real, and we’ve got to address that,” the senator said.
You cannot assume that the people in charge know what they're doing.
"It's getting worse," said Obama. "It's spreading faster and exponentially.