New Ebola czar Ron Klain was not in attendance at a White House meeting of the Ebola response team on Saturday night, the second powwow he's missed since the appointment was announced on Friday.
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Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall was unable to name the three books that have influenced him the most in his life during a television interview so he asked for a redo.
New Ebola czar Ron Klain was hired to lobby on behalf of an organization that hoped to limit payouts in asbestos lawsuits and for a company that was heavily criticized for withholding an experimental drug from cancer patients.
A strategic plan laid out by the federal health agency in charge of fighting Ebola indicates that the virus was not a top priority, despite claims made by the agency's director that budget cuts are to blame for the spread of the disease.
The State Department under Hillary Clinton played favorites and failed to fully investigate at least two cases of sexual misconduct involving a U.S. ambassador and a security officer, according to an inspector general's report.
Greg Orman gambled on Chinese lottery tickets and lost.
The Centers for Disease Control quietly lowered the official threshold for what it considers significant fever after the first nurse diagnosed with the disease began exhibiting symptoms at a lower than expected temperature.
The second Dallas nurse diagnosed with Ebola, who boarded a commercial flight from Cleveland the day before she was diagnosed, called the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with a slight fever but was told she could still fly, according to news reports.
A lot of people want Ben Carson to run for president.
Two Democratic lawmakers in Pennsylvania traded gunfire with a would-be robber Tuesday night near the state capitol in Harrisburg.
Harvard University officials caved in to federal officials in the face of funding threats and enacted a sexual misconduct policy that failed to respect the rights of the accused, claims a group of 28 current and former Harvard law professors.
An annual steak fry held by retiring Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin forked out $50,000 to fly Bill and Hillary Clinton to the state last month to headline the event.
Vice President Joe Biden touted his ties to the black community Tuesday, telling a group of black pastors in South Carolina about his time as a public defender in Delaware, when he was "the only white boy on the east side of Wilmington."
A community organization group with ties to labor unions and to George Soros is out with a dramatic get-out-the-vote ad featuring an African-American mother forcing her son to wear a bullet-proof vest in order to protect himself from being shot by police and "vigilantes."
Writing at the website for New York Magazine, liberal journalist Jonathan Chait slammed another top progressive thinker for penning a recent article that embraced a "conception of justice totally removed from the liberal tradition."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lamented increasing student debt at a speech she gave Monday for which she was paid $225,000 by a university that recently announced it would raise its tuition by 17 percent over four years.
If the Ebola virus spreads to Central or South America it will be "Katie, bar the door" as people from those countries flock to the U.S., the commander of U.S. Southern Command warned recently.
WICHITA, Kan. - A national tea party group that supported President Barack Obama's constitutionalist cousin during his challenge of Kansas U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts threw its weight behind the incumbent on Monday.
The campaign spokesman for Greg Orman, the independent running for the U.S. Senate in Kansas, says it was "kind of dumb" of him to send out a tweet calling Republican incumbent Pat Roberts part of the "bedwetter's caucus" over his opposition to a plan to transfer Guantanamo Bay detainees to prisons on U.S. soil.