Taxpayers need to know what exactly happened in the states where exchanges failed.
A recent case in Arizona proves the problem is too costly to ignore.
Should labeling regulations be guided by scientific evidence or the most skeptical consumers?
With $784 million spent on advertising to promote sugary drinks, it is no wonder parents are confused.
From a broader historical perspective, its progress has been surprisingly fast and smooth.
Why does ObamaCare remain so unpopular?
Perhaps Cruz will take the customer satisfaction survey after he signs up.
The Vitter-Udall amendment has three fatal flaws.
An astounding number of deaths and serious injuries are attributable to medical error.
The Medicare physician payment and funding crisis can't be resolved by throwing money at it.