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As Congo’s Ebola Outbreak Drags On, Untracked Cases Sow Confusion

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

On tour in Africa, American officials said the U.S. would keep providing aid. But Congo’s response has been uneven, and the former health minister has been jailed.

As Congo’s Ebola Outbreak Drags On, Untracked Cases Sow Confusion

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

On tour in Africa, American officials said the U.S. would keep providing aid. But Congo’s response has been uneven, and the former health minister has been jailed.

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Fake Clinics Are Not the Answer

By Andrea Grimes

Anti-abortion lawmakers are remaking the safety net for reproductive health care in their image of God.

Schumer and Pelosi, Talking to Trump on Guns, Try to Sweeten the Deal

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer offered to attend a “historic signing ceremony at the Rose Garden” as part of their pressure for the president to back a House-passed bill.

The Senate: Still Great at Deliberating, but Less So at Legislating

By Carl Hulse

Today’s Senate, devoted almost only to confirming the president’s nominations, is hardly a hotbed of legislative activity. Members of both parties would like that to change.

When the C.I.A. Was Into Mind Control

By Sharon Weinberger

Stephen Kinzer’s “Poisoner in Chief” describes the C.I.A. in the Cold War years, when it was testing LSD and other drugs on citizens, often without their knowledge.

Marathon Democratic Debate Includes No Questions About Women’s Issues

By Nick Corasaniti and Matt Stevens

The candidates were asked about a wide range of topics over three hours, but abortion and the gender pay gap never came up.

A Strong Bipartisan Path to Tackle Gun Violence

By Marco Rubio

A red flag law will reduce bloodshed and respect the rights of gun owners.

Is It Time to Quit Vaping?

By Jacey Fortin

Public health officials have recommended that people consider refraining from vaping while they investigate hundreds of cases of lung illness and six deaths linked to e-cigarettes in a largely unexplained health scare. Here’s what we know so far.

Europe needs β€˜digital border controls,’ industry chief says

By Samuel Stolton

Europe should consider establishing a 'digital border control,' as a means of obstructing internet access to hostile actors in the event of a serious cyberattack, the head of Deutsche Telekom's cybersecurity division has told EURACTIV.

Child Support vs. Deadbeat States

By Courtney E. Martin

When states take over managing child support, watch out. Most of the money paid in by parents often disappears into state coffers. It doesn’t have to be that way.

In Texas, a Lone House Democrat Has an β€˜A’ Rating From the N.R.A. Can He Survive?

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

Representative Henry Cuellar is one of only three House Democrats with “A” ratings from the gun lobby. Now he faces a primary challenge from the left.

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