President Obama notes that all seven Americans treated for the virus have survived, and he commends New York's steady response to a new diagnosis.
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Texas Republican congressional candidate Will Hurd says Washington doesn't need more politicians who vote "in lock step" with President Obama.
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Two years after Colorado voted to allow retail sales of marijuana, Gov. John Hickenlooper and his Republican opponent Bob Beauprez, don't have much nice to say about their state's famous issue. Could legal weed affect the race's outcome? Alexander Trowbridge reports.
The president emphasizes the successful treatment of Americans afflicted with the virus: "Seven Americans treated; all seven survived"
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had nothing but kind words for each other at a rally for Massachusetts Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley.
The two potential 2016 rivals were on the same side Friday to help Massachusetts Democrat Martha Coakley
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton campaigns in Minnesota at St. Paul at Macalester College. The former first lady discusses all the good things that Gov. Mark Dayton and Sen. Al Franken have done for the state.
Nina Pham, one of two nurses infected with Ebola while treating a patient in Texas, visits the White House after being released from the hospital on Friday.
Secretary of State John Kerry and famous musician and activist Elton John discuss a new $7 million partnership between the government and John's foundation to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS.