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The White House's $6.2 billion emergency Ebola funding request got its first hearing in Congress today.
The administration today asked Congress for $6.18 billion in emergency funds.
WHO official is "cautiously optimistic" that an apparent slowing of disease activity there is real.
No new cases in Senegal in 42 days, but hundreds have surfaced in the hardest-hit countries.
A Georgia company has equipped two Gulfstream III jets to transfer Ebola patients, but few other options exist.
Officials offer few details on what exaclty the 30-nation "Global Health Security Agenda" involves.
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