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Hart campaigned for Kerry in 2004.

The Gary Hart Renaissance

John Kerry is sending his fellow would-be president to Northern Ireland as an envoy in the latest round of peace talks.

A Coast Guard employee working with CBP's Office of Field Operations checks the temperature of a traveler at Dulles airport who has recently been to Guinea, Sierra Leone or Liberia.

Why the New Ebola Airport Screenings Won't Work

Tighter travel restrictions were announced Tuesday, but the power of these preventive measures is limited.

The Introverted Face

People put serious weight on judgments of character based on facial structure alone.

AbbVie 's CEO blamed the US Treasury Department.

The US Government Actually Stood Up To a Would-be Corporate Tax Dodger

The Obama administration tightened the rules for companies seeking to complete tax inversion moves.

Pentagon Delays Until April Changes to Autism Coverage for Military Kids

Department is holding off on cutting reimbursement rates for one-on-one therapy after families complained.

Feds Send Obama an Early Christmas Wish: An Extra Day Off

We the People Petition asks the president to make Friday, Dec. 26 a holiday, creating a four-day weekend.

Medical personnel escort Nina Pham, one of the nurses who contracted Ebola in Dallas, to an aircraft.

Does CDC Need More Authority to Enforce Its Own Ebola Protocols?

The agency must rely on hospitals to follow its guidance, and OSHA to enforce the rules.

Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson announced the plan Tuesday.

Homeland Security Announces Travel Restrictions to Stall Ebola Outbreak

Flights between the U.S. and Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea will now require additional screenings.

$7 Billion Bid to Wean Afghanistan From Opium Trade Is a Bust

Special inspector general reports poppy farming levels are at an all-time high.

The Ex-Nazis Collecting Social Security

They reportedly received millions of dollars in government benefits even after being expelled from the United States.