Resources from international community have been "woefully insufficient," Power says.
Lawmakers are concerned the virus could jump to the U.S. and become more contagious.
Kent Brantly says the outbreak "is a fire straight from the pit of hell."
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.
The Speaker called Ebola a threat to Africans and others around the world.
As many as 3,000 military personnel could be dispatched to West Africa to aid the effort.
He will travel to the CDC on Tuesday.
Administration officials will appear before the House Armed Services and Foreign Affairs Committees...
The president and researchers there will "discuss the U.S. response to that outbreak."
The Senate's hearing on the epidemic is turning into a major event.
Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas) joked that he was rejected because of his age.
GOP lawmaker calls for allowing trials of experimental Ebola drugs.
Anti-abortion rights groups are deploying new attacks on the Senate’s most vulnerable Dems.
"You can manipulate almost any virus ... in any way you want," said one health official.
"It's getting worse," said Obama. "It's spreading faster and exponentially.
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.
The administration made its first move to tackle the tough issue of income verification.
That briefing will include the U.S. response to the outbreak in West Africa.
Congress returned this week for its final stint before election season.
Lawmakers ask administration to verify it has "adequate plans" for Ebola.
Coons called for a point person to deal with the Ebola outbreak.
Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) had previously limited the funding to $40 million.