The Obama administration is cracking down on sales of catfish.
"One common denominator in these tragedies is mental illness,” he said.
“It was for us a bad decision,” said UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley.
"This just doesn't happen in other countries," Obama says.
Days before Friday's shootings, NARAL asked that such attacks be labeled "terrorism."
It's not clear that the Senate GOP has a majority to pass its measure.
In a statement to The Hill, Rep. Marsha Blackburn called the Colorado shootings "deplorable."
Presidential candidates and lawmakers in both parties are calling for relaxed restrictions.
A 2014 provision inspired by Rubio is pushing some insurers to drop out.
Sens. Grassley and McCain want to expand access to cheaper prescription drugs.
He is making a bull rush at the presidential candidates who are withholding support.
Under the new model, states could use federal resources but retain decision-making power.
Thousands of doctors are calling for an end to the congressional ban
The Colorado shooting "should only increase" efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, he says.
The Republican says Obama will have to decide whether to veto the legislation.
Party leaders are "optimistic" they have the votes after changes to House bill.
He said that lawmakers must be "mindful" of the consequences of their actions.
McCarthy dismissed the idea that Republican rhetoric on Planned Parenthood contributed.
Many clinics had been reevaluating their precautions even before the attack.
More than 560,000 people signed up for plans through the ObamaCare exchanges last week.
The Democratic candidate vowed to crack down on the pharmaceutical industry.
Gov. Greg Abbott is seeking to block funding through the state’s Medicaid program.
Medicaid expansion could be coming to the deep-red South.
A top competitor on Thursday warned it might pull out of the exchanges.