Ebola nurse to sue Dallas hospital owner over training, privacy concerns

Nina Pham with her dog, Bentley, on Nov. 1, 2014. (AP)

Nina Pham says the hospital didn’t have the gear or resources to treat her properly, according to reports.

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Tamir Rice family attorney says ‘unbelievable’ that City of Cleveland court filing blames Tamir for his own death

Walter Madison, one of the Rice family’s attorneys, said the city’s response was further evidence of police arrogance.

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    Supreme Court takes up highly political Arizona redistricting case

    Supreme Court takes up highly political Arizona redistricting case

    The Court will decide whether the Elections Clause in the U.S. Constitution specifically gives the legislature the right to draw district maps.

    Why there’s no Silicon Valley in outer space

    In space no one wants to hear you “disrupt”

    America’s longest-serving female member of Congress is retiring. She may not hold that record for long.

    America’s longest-serving female member of Congress is retiring.  She may not hold that record for long.

    A number of currently serving women in Congress are hot on her heels.

    This is where distrust of science really comes from — and it’s not just your politics

    This is where distrust of science really comes from — and it’s not just your politics

    To simply claim that conservatives distrust science, or that liberals love it, doesn’t really explain much.

    What does Boris Nemtsov’s murder mean for Russia?

    What does Boris Nemtsov’s murder mean for Russia?

    Experts weigh in on the implications of Nemtsov’s murder for the future of Russia, Russian politics, and the Russian opposition.

    “SNL” spoofs ISIS in controversial sketch

    “SNL” spoofs ISIS in controversial sketch

    “Dad, it’s just ISIS.“

    As FDA loosens its grip, a win for innovation

    As FDA loosens its grip, a win for innovation

    Consumers deserve the right to drive their own health care decisions and procedures.

    Could IBM’s brain-inspired chip change the way computers are built?

    Could IBM’s brain-inspired chip change the way computers are built?

    IBM’s new chip replicates the human brain. Government scientists want to harness it for supercomputers.

    Can a redistricting commission be a legislative house?

    Another way to think about Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.

    Why a DHS shutdown won’t stop Obama’s immigration orders

    Why a DHS shutdown won’t stop Obama’s immigration orders

    Republicans cannot block Obama’s controversial immigration actions with a DHS shutdown alone. Here’s why.

    Yet again, SAT scores in Asia withheld because of cheating

    Yet again, SAT scores in Asia withheld because of cheating

    For the fourth straight month. And the College Board/ETS still won’t provide details.

    Obama’s claim that Keystone XL oil ‘bypasses the U.S.’

    Obama’s claim that Keystone XL oil ‘bypasses the U.S.’

    The president jumps the shark with his latest claim on the controversial project.

    For Hillary and Bibi, a long and sometimes fraught relationship

    For Hillary and Bibi, a long and sometimes fraught relationship

    If Clinton becomes president, Netanyahu will see his old sparring partner as an improvement over Obama. But he’d rather have a hawkish Republican.

    A $75 million question confronts Republican candidates for 2016

    A $75 million question confronts Republican candidates for 2016

    The money needed to win the GOP nomination will divide the field between those who can win and the rest.

    Tribes’ bet on high-interest lending comes with some uneasy feelings

    Tribes’ bet on high-interest lending comes with some uneasy feelings

    Native Americans weigh the need for revenue against past abuses they endured from payday lenders.

    GOP discord undercuts efforts to fund DHS

    GOP discord undercuts efforts to fund DHS

    The deeply divided party can’t stop a Homeland Security shutdown on its own, but a conservative faction is doing everything it can to prevent collaboration with Democrats on a funding bill.

    Six words might decide the fate of Obamacare at the Supreme Court

    Six words might decide the fate of Obamacare at the Supreme Court

    The law authorizes subsidies in “an Exchange established by the state,” but what of the federal marketplace?

    Chantilly High student journalists win award celebrating First Amendment

    Chantilly High student journalists win award celebrating First Amendment

    Teens working at the newspaper, yearbook and TV newscast cite their editorial independence on campus.

    Preparing for the next national crisis — by digging through insurance claims

    UnitedHealth Group is hiring an economist to help the government with disaster preparedness.

    In Arlington, growth threatens a building some view as historic

    The Wilson School is targeted for demolition, and officials intend to build a much larger facility there.

    Economy boosts safety-net hospitals in states not expanding Medicaid

    Facilities that treat many poor and uninsured patients were expected to face tough times under Obamacare.

    Will new curriculums save our schools? Not anytime soon.

    Some see 2015 as a year for content-rich lessons that will elevate schools. But others, not so much.

    Conservatives are more likely to believe that vaccines cause autism

    Conservatives are more likely to believe that vaccines cause autism

    Belief that vaccines are linked to autism are concentrated among conservatives and those who distrust government.

    Did the IRS engage in reasoned decision making?

    Agencies are supposed to explain the reasons for their regulatory decisions. In issuing the tax credit rule, the IRS did not.

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    Northrop employee reads tea leaves, sees millions, in Keurig coffee machine

    Northrop employee reads tea leaves, sees millions, in Keurig coffee machine

    Northern Virginia entrepreneur leaves 100k job tending satellites for dream.

    Jeb Bush hopes his Florida record erases doubts of conservatives

    Jeb Bush hopes his Florida record erases doubts of conservatives

    Eyeing a 2016 run, the former governor is trying to convince the right that he’s one of them.

    ISIS apparently calling for murder of American professor

    The professor, a scholar of Islamic law, condemned the attacks on Charlie Hebdo; ISIS responded, showing his picture and name and another American scholar, “there is great reward awaiting the Muslim in the Hereafter if he kills these apostate imāms.“

    Andrew Cuomo and baloney

    Andrew Cuomo and baloney

    The teacher evaluation system he now mocks -- and wants to make worse -- is the very one he insisted be put in place.

    The President doesn’t need Congress’s help to fix unjust sentences

    Attorney General Holder says “there is a limit to what the Justice Department can accomplish on its own,” but that doesn’t seem true in this case.

    Activist litigation and statutory text: We’ve seen this one before

    Reliance on statutory text sometimes produces unanticipated consequences.

    The past nine CPAC straw polls, in one graph

    The past nine CPAC straw polls, in one graph

    Not that this tells us anything about presidential politics.

    The important things standardized tests don’t measure

    The important things standardized tests don’t measure

    Thirty-three things that standardized tests, unfortunately, do.

    Teacher: Why expanding ‘parental rights’ in public education sounds good -- but isn’t

    Teacher: Why expanding ‘parental rights’ in public education sounds good -- but isn’t

    While “I’d like to see changes with the policies that mandate these tests, I have bigger concerns about the current Opt Out movement because of efforts to cite parental rights as legal rationale for boycotting the PARCC test.“

    American atheist blogger Avijit Roy hacked to death in his native Bangladesh

    American atheist blogger Avijit Roy hacked to death in his native Bangladesh

    “A previously unknown militant group, Ansar Bangla 7, claimed responsibility for the attack .... Roy ‘was the target because of his crime against Islam,’ the group said on Twitter.“

    At donor summit, GOP 2016 hopefuls talk foreign policy and fiscal issues

    At donor summit, GOP 2016 hopefuls talk foreign policy and fiscal issues

    Walker calls Reagan’s breakup of an air traffic controller strike “the most significant foreign policy decision” of his lifetime.

    U.S. clemency effort, slow to start, will rely on an army of pro bono lawyers

    U.S. clemency effort, slow to start, will rely on an army of pro bono lawyers

    More than 35,000 inmates have applied for earlier release, but only a handful had sentences commuted.

    Boehner’s defeat was actually really unusual. Here’s why.

    Boehner’s defeat was actually really unusual. Here’s why.

    What Boehner experienced almost never happens, especially like it happened on Friday.

    The snow conundrum: How a school system decides whether to open

    The snow conundrum: How a school system decides whether to open

    Analysis, networking, guesswork and gut checks reveal the complexity of snow day decision-making.

    Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll, with Scott Walker a close second

    Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll, with Scott Walker a close second

    At gathering of conservatives in National Harbor, 17 Republican candidates road-tested their ideas.