In a controversial ruling, a Texas judge has ruled that a minor move by Congress last year is grounds to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act, including preexisting condition protections.
A Landmark Deal In Congress Could Give Nonviolent Drug Offenders The Chance To Get Out Of Jail Early
The bill would reform mandatory minimums and “three strike” laws, and grant release to people serving exorbitant prison sentences for crack cocaine possession.
Kavanaugh Sided With The Liberal Wing Of The Supreme Court In Declining To Hear Planned Parenthood Cases
Two cases that threatened to block federal funding to Planned Parenthood will not go before the Supreme Court after a majority of justices declined to take them up.
Congress has a bill that could lower insurance premiums by 20%, and some senators want to pass it. But the parties remain firmly divided.
Months of sensitive emails may have been viewed, as the security breach reportedly lasted several months.
New guidelines from the White House will grant states broad freedom to craft health plans outside of the structure of the Affordable Care Act.
The Democratic House Will Defend Obamacare Against A Major Lawsuit Because The Trump Administration Won’t
The Texas lawsuit to declare the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional has gone unopposed by Congress, but that will change once Democrats take control of the House.
Republicans in Congress have worked to limit how much Trump can threaten.
A federal judge on Friday ruled that CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s due process rights were likely violated when the White House revoked his press credentials.
Sen. Jeff Flake vowed not to vote for any more of President Trump's judicial nominees until the Senate votes to protect Mueller, putting pressure on McConnell to change his mind.
Medicaid Expansion Won Big Tuesday And Hundreds Of Thousands Of People Will Now Gain Health Insurance
Expansion supporters won key races in the midterm elections and several ballot initiatives passed.
Two competing forces are going to war during these midterms, and Medicaid could grow or be transformed dramatically depending on who wins.
To see where the country is going on health care, look at what’s happening in central Arkansas.
Kavanaugh was confirmed Saturday in a historically tight vote, and has now been sworn in to replace retired justice Anthony Kennedy.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin both said they will vote yes, all but guaranteeing Kavanaugh will be confirmed to the Supreme Court this weekend.
Murkowski, from Alaska, was considered one of four swing votes who could determine if Brett Kavanaugh ultimately makes it to the Supreme Court. A final vote is expected this weekend.
Brett Kavanaugh could be confirmed to the Supreme Court this weekend. Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin and Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski were the only senators to break with their parties.
Investigators did not interview Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault, either.
The president mocked Christine Blasey Ford on Tuesday, while letters from the ex-boyfriends of two women who’ve accused Kavanaugh have been made public.
An additional FBI investigation into accusations against the Supreme Court nominee is supposed to be completed Friday.