The Ebola patient may have passed the virus to another person, an official said.
The CDC says a patient is currently being treated for the disease in Dallas.
There are no signs the disease is under control in the hardest-hit areas.
Obama said he wants the world to prepare for the next outbreak.
The senator warned that the U.S. is at risk of becoming exposed to the deadly outbreak.
James Inhofe reportedly wants details on how the funds will impact the defense budget.
TKM-Ebola can be used in emergency situations under arrangements with the U.S. and Canada.
"We're going to have to do whatever it takes to contain the epidemic," he said.
The White House's chief information officer is rejoining the group as it combats the virus.
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.
The Centers for Disease Control is saying that there was no risk of catching the Ebola virus to...
Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) applauded President Obama’s decision to extend visas to Liberian immigrants.
“This situation is of minimal risk to NIH staff and the public," the organization said.
Kerry said nations must work together to detect and contain the spread of diseases.
A contingent is helping in the search for treatment unit sites.
Health officials say there are 175 confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68 across the country.
The estimates use data from August, prior to the ramped-up U.S. intervention.
The Senate passed a resolution recognizing the threat of the Ebola outbreak.
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.