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​Kaveh Waddell is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he previously conducted policy research​. A native of Seattle, Kaveh graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in international politics and economics.

Latest From Kaveh Waddell

What Would an Ebola Travel Ban Actually Look Like?

Even if the government gets around the legal and administrative hurdles, imposing the ban may make fighting Ebola harder—or even trigger a stock-market panic.

How Long is Long Enough for an Ebola Quarantine?—THE EDGE

Lawmakers questioned health officials about their response to Ebola in the U.S. One of the nurses diagnosed with Ebola is being transferred to an NIH facility in Bethesda, Md. Renewed U.S. airstri...

Ebola Takes Flight—THE EDGE

The Dallas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola on Tuesday flew on commercial airlines twice in the previous week. Same-sex marriages began in Idaho after the state said it would no longer fight the...

Here's What Went Wrong in Dallas Ebola Care

Hospital workers there broke CDC guidelines about protective gear and travel.

Is Blood the Answer to the Ebola Outbreak?

Using the blood of Ebola survivors to treat patients seems to have worked in the past—but there's a lot we still don't know about the method.

Journalists Aren't 'Done' With Mitt Romney—THE EDGE

The Ebola death rate has reached 70 percent, and the disease could soon infect 10,000 new patients a month. The DSCC is no longer paying for ads in Kentucky for Senate candidate Alison Lundergan G...

Maybe Kim Jong-Un Just Wants Some Alone Time—THE EDGE

President Obama is considering executive action to close the Guantanamo Bay prison. The death toll of West Africa's Ebola outbreak has exceeded 4,000. The leader of North Korea, who hasn't been se...

Show More from Kaveh Waddell

What Would an Ebola Travel Ban Actually Look Like?

Even if the government gets around the legal and administrative hurdles, imposing the ban may make fighting Ebola harder—or even trigger a stock-market panic.

How Long is Long Enough for an Ebola Quarantine?—THE EDGE

Lawmakers questioned health officials about their response to Ebola in the U.S. One of the nurses diagnosed with Ebola is being transferred to an NIH facility in Bethesda, Md. Renewed U.S. airstri...

Ebola Takes Flight—THE EDGE

The Dallas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola on Tuesday flew on commercial airlines twice in the previous week. Same-sex marriages began in Idaho after the state said it would no longer fight the...

Here's What Went Wrong in Dallas Ebola Care

Hospital workers there broke CDC guidelines about protective gear and travel.

Is Blood the Answer to the Ebola Outbreak?

Using the blood of Ebola survivors to treat patients seems to have worked in the past—but there's a lot we still don't know about the method.

Journalists Aren't 'Done' With Mitt Romney—THE EDGE

The Ebola death rate has reached 70 percent, and the disease could soon infect 10,000 new patients a month. The DSCC is no longer paying for ads in Kentucky for Senate candidate Alison Lundergan G...

Maybe Kim Jong-Un Just Wants Some Alone Time—THE EDGE

President Obama is considering executive action to close the Guantanamo Bay prison. The death toll of West Africa's Ebola outbreak has exceeded 4,000. The leader of North Korea, who hasn't been se...

Show More from Kaveh Waddell