The funding comes with CDC warning there could be 1.4M Ebola cases by January.
A report said the U.S. might allow Iran to keep nearly half of its centrifuges.
The Indian prime minister is set to visit the White House next week.
Senators urged Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to pressure Europe to cut off Russian banks.
Kerry said nations must work together to detect and contain the spread of diseases.
Rubio blasted China for its “one-child policy” on the law's 34th anniversary.
A Sunni group is seeking a new "semi-autonomous region" in Iraq.
Iraq's prime minister said foreign fighters were plotting to hit New York and Paris.
The senator said the U.S. should supply Ukraine with lethal military aid.
President Obama said the United States continues to stand with Ukraine.
The British prime minister said he'll ask Parliament to approve global strikes against ISIS.
Turkey had been reluctant to join the fight against ISIS.
"He's a man of his word, and I'll expect he'll keep it," the White House says.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not be eating, which could make menus rather difficult.
Marie Harf said the "best thing" for the Syrian people was a new transitional government.
Some U.S. lawmakers point to the vote to show Congress needs to debate the issue, too.
"With American leadership," Kerry says, "the world is responding" with unity.
enezuela is campaigning for a seat on the U.N. Security Council for the 2015-2016 session.
The move came amid violence between Shiite rebels and the Sunni military.
Obama said the world's response so far was "not enough."
Americans think CEOs make 30 times as much as average workers, when it is actually 350.
Cheney said it would be "outrageous" to compare Ferguson events to actions by ISIS.
The little-known al Qaeda cell in northern Syria was targeted by U.S. airstrikes.
Obama chaired the committee that voted 15-0 in support of the measure.