Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; CDC
Twenty-five Republicans want justices to review a board critics call "a death panel."
Hospitals, doctors and nurses are pushing back against mandatory quarantines.
Nurses want Obama to set national safety standards to protect health workers.
Sen. Casey said HHS already had officials responsible for public health emergencies.
Dems on an appropriations panel say public health cuts could hurt the response.
Josh Earnest said details of the plan would be released in the coming days.
Josh Earnest said U.S. would consider steps to make the process more "efficient."
The FDA has been under pressure to fast-track drugs to counter the deadly outbreak.
The infected patient in Texas had contact with nearly 20 people last weekend.
James Inhofe reportedly wants details on how the funds will impact the defense budget.
The estimates use data from August, prior to the ramped-up U.S. intervention.
The money could limit the epidemic to "tens of thousands" of cases, officials said.
Officials have ordered $2.7M worth of gear to treat 50 Ebola patients.
Canada said vaccine may be used in the West African countries severely hit by outbreak.
Burwell said officials could have better overseen safety protocols at the Dallas hospital.
The national nurses union says hospitals are unprepared to handle the disease.
Some experts have expressed fears about viral mutations as the number of cases grows.
The World Health Organization is warning Europe to prepare for more cases.
The drugs are in short supply, and one, known as ZMapp, has already run out.
The individuals are not currently exhibiting Ebola symptoms.
The CDC says a patient is currently being treated for the disease in Dallas.
Health officials say there are 175 confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68 across the country.
Anti-abortion rights groups are deploying new attacks on the Senate’s most vulnerable Dems.
Lawmakers will hold their first hearing and Obama will head to the CDC.