Republicans are turning to a powerful budget tool.
The administration is touting the law's success as the high court weighs a key challenge.
Coming legislation would end a decades-long fight over hw much doctors are paid.
The administration received good news about the health law Monday.
Wednesday's arguments hint at another narrow ruling on ObamaCare.
Senate Republicans are trying to unite their party around a fallback plan.
"No credible person would believe that," Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) told The Hill.
The government's child healthcare program is set to expire in the fall.
Senators from both parties stressed the importance of vaccinations Tuesday.
The massive data breach could affect as many as 80 million customers.
It's the fourth time the House voted to completely repeal the law.
Supporters say this bill has a chance of passing the new GOP Senate.
Conservatives in the House are assailing the $210 billion deal.
The proposal has a $174 billion price tag.
The bill cracking down on human trafficking also includes the Hyde Amendment.
Supreme Court Justice Scalia has given Republicans new ammo in their fight.
The justices Wednesday will take up a challenge to the law's subsidies.
Republicans say HHS is preparing a fallback strategy if the high court rules against ObamaCare.
The administration is raising the stakes for justices' decision later this summer.
Dems will introduce legislation Thursday giving workers up to a week of paid sick days.
The Senate’s health committee holds its first hearing on child vaccination Tuesday.
Burwell declined to offer the administration's backup plan ahead of a high court ruling.
GOP leaders are starting to grapple with childhood vaccines as a measles outbreak widens.
Another 15-30 million were uninsured but exempt from the mandate.