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Ebola patient Craig Spencer leaves the hospital where he was treated in New York.

Who Will Pay Ebola Patients' Medical Bills in the U.S.?

Some hospitals and lawmakers are looking to the federal government to cover treatment, which can total more than $1 million for a single patient.

"We are down to essentially one item in the redaction. It happens to be a very sensitive and important item," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said. "It is going to get done, so don't worry about that."

Time Is Running Out on the CIA Torture Report

The Senate still thinks it can wrap up negotiations with the White House before the year ends. But the clock is ticking.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas

Ted Cruz: Republicans Shouldn't Fear a Government Shutdown Over Immigration

The senator says the 2013 shutdown over Obamacare didn't hurt his party at the polls. So why should the GOP fear one over immigration?

Chuck Hagel Is Out at the Pentagon

The defense secretary is leaving the top post at the Pentagon after less than two years in office. By Stephanie Gaskell

Play of the Day: Revising How A Bill Becomes A Law

Saturday Night Live channels Schoolhouse Rock.

What It Will Take to Fix Federal Pay

Everyone agrees change is needed, but outdated and inconclusive salary data make it difficult.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Obama's order will help the department prioritize its mission.

What the Obama Immigration Action Means for Federal Agencies

Some Homeland Security agencies will be getting new employees, while others may pay workers differently.

Writing the Book on Moneyball Government

A bipartisan group makes the case for evidence-based decision-making.

"The House has an obligation to stand up for the Constitution," said Speaker John Boehner.

House Files Lawsuit Against Administration Over Obamacare

GOP accuses White House of exceeding its authority in implementation of health law, does not include immigration order in suit.