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What Quarantine In the U.S. Looks Like

American doctors may not be used to dealing with Ebola, but they are highly trained to stop the spread of infectious disease.

Why There Won't Be an Ebola Outbreak in the United States

The circumstances that contributed to West Africa's epidemic—and continue to plague efforts to contain it—do not exist in the U.S.

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U.S. Oil Production Gains 'One of the Biggest...the World Has Ever Seen'

Rising energy demand is generally seen as a sign of good things: People working harder and doing more. Figures recently reported by BP in its 63rd annual Statistical Revi...

Can Rand Paul Have It All?

His schedule in North Carolina shows how hard it will be for the 2016 contender to convincingly shift to the Republican middle.

Trust Is Not Enough to Break Through Washington Gridlock

Reality check: The bigger problems aren't because individuals don't get along; they're because of larger factors in the political culture.

Coming Soon to the House GOP: More Moderates?

Swing-state races may add centrist Republicans to the next freshman class.

What Is the Ebola Virus's Survival Rate? And Other Key Questions About the Epidemic

The first case of Ebola has been diagnosed in the United States.

Ethics Committee Will Continue Investigation of Tom Petri

The panel is looking into conflict-of-interest allegations against the retiring lawmaker.

First Case of Ebola Has Been Diagnosed in the United States

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed a case in Dallas on Tuesday.

How the Experts Find and Stop Ebola

CDC has released this video with vital information on the deadly virus.

Eric Holder Warns New Data Encryption on Phones Could Endanger Children

Attorney general criticizes tech companies for locking the back door to user data.

Secret Service Head Faces Steep Climb to Regain Trust

Julia Pierson is at the low ebb of her tenure as the first woman to head the agency.

FCC Mulls Banning Redskins Name

A petition claims the use of the team name on TV violates indecency regulations.

Sen. Levin Blasts Apple for Abusing 'Sweetheart' Tax Deal With Ireland

The Democrat accused the tech behemoth of taking advantage of tax loopholes that have "no rational basis" in order to shift profits offshore.

Independent Voters Could Decide Senate Control

New data from Third Way find independent registration soaring from Colorado and Kansas to North Carolina.  

In Latest Blow to NFL, FCC Repeals TV Blackout Rules

Lawmakers will push for more concessions from the league.

Here's What the Secret Service Has to Say for Itself About White House Security

"It's clear that our security plan was not properly executed," its director told a House committee on Tuesday.

Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

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What Quarantine In the U.S. Looks Like

American doctors may not be used to dealing with Ebola, but they are highly trained to stop the spread of infectious disease.

Why There Won't Be an Ebola Outbreak in the United States

The circumstances that contributed to West Africa's epidemic—and continue to plague efforts to contain it—do not exist in the U.S.

Sponsor Content

U.S. Oil Production Gains 'One of the Biggest...the World Has Ever Seen'

Rising energy demand is generally seen as a sign of good things: People working harder and doing more. Figures recently reported by BP in its 63rd annual Statistical Revi...

Can Rand Paul Have It All?

His schedule in North Carolina shows how hard it will be for the 2016 contender to convincingly shift to the Republican middle.

Trust Is Not Enough to Break Through Washington Gridlock

Reality check: The bigger problems aren't because individuals don't get along; they're because of larger factors in the political culture.

Coming Soon to the House GOP: More Moderates?

Swing-state races may add centrist Republicans to the next freshman class.

What Is the Ebola Virus's Survival Rate? And Other Key Questions About the Epidemic

The first case of Ebola has been diagnosed in the United States.

Ethics Committee Will Continue Investigation of Tom Petri

The panel is looking into conflict-of-interest allegations against the retiring lawmaker.

First Case of Ebola Has Been Diagnosed in the United States

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed a case in Dallas on Tuesday.

How the Experts Find and Stop Ebola

CDC has released this video with vital information on the deadly virus.

Eric Holder Warns New Data Encryption on Phones Could Endanger Children

Attorney general criticizes tech companies for locking the back door to user data.

Secret Service Head Faces Steep Climb to Regain Trust

Julia Pierson is at the low ebb of her tenure as the first woman to head the agency.

FCC Mulls Banning Redskins Name

A petition claims the use of the team name on TV violates indecency regulations.

Sen. Levin Blasts Apple for Abusing 'Sweetheart' Tax Deal With Ireland

The Democrat accused the tech behemoth of taking advantage of tax loopholes that have "no rational basis" in order to shift profits offshore.

Independent Voters Could Decide Senate Control

New data from Third Way find independent registration soaring from Colorado and Kansas to North Carolina.  

In Latest Blow to NFL, FCC Repeals TV Blackout Rules

Lawmakers will push for more concessions from the league.

Here's What the Secret Service Has to Say for Itself About White House Security

"It's clear that our security plan was not properly executed," its director told a House committee on Tuesday.

Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

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