"You can manipulate almost any virus to change it in any way you want," said one health official.
"It's getting worse," said Obama. "It's spreading faster and exponentially.
The House cleared legislation by a vote of 410-4 on Tuesday that would reauthorize the Emergency...
The Catholic Church had argued repeatedly that ObamaCare subsidies were funding abortion.
The Family Research Council urged Senate action before ObamaCare's next sign-up period.
The Speaker called Ebola a threat to Africans and others around the world.
The CDC confirmed the trend in a survey, though it did not reflect the full March enrollment rush.
Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.) urged FDA to "protect antibiotics for human use."
The House on Monday passed legislation that would expand the types of muscle-enhancing anabolic...
Russell Pearce suggested women who receive Medicaid benefits should be sterilized.
The company is facing questions from Capitol Hill about privacy protections.
Sen. Tom Harkin said the law would never have passed without Clinton's work.
Ebola cases could arrive, but hospitals are prepared for them, a health official said.
The president will meet with doctors who treated Kent Brantly in Atlanta.
Critics have said the accountable care organization demos are fatally flawed.
The report prompted a new line of attack against ObamaCare from House Republicans.
The money could limit the epidemic to "tens of thousands" of cases, officials said.
Sen. Alexander said the Ebola epidemic is just as serious as the threat from ISIS.
A federal judge dismissed Sen. Ron Johnson's case earlier this year.
Enrollees must offer proof of their income eligibility to keep their subsidies.
States with larger supplies of livers might have to share them with California, New York.
Lawmakers will hold their first hearing and Obama will head to the CDC.
The legislation would restore pre-sequester funding levels, at least.
He will travel to the CDC on Tuesday.