Obama said he wants people to “know the facts and the science and the information.”
The White House says science is very clear.
"The science on this is really clear,” press secretary Josh Earnest said.
Director Doug Elmendorf said an estimate would take "at least several weeks."
President commits to funding "life-saving discoveries."
Obama is set to include $215 million for the new effort in his budget.
Rep. Lamar Smith called it "astonishing" that data miners operated on HealthCare.gov.
A majority of people eligible for financial assistance said health insurance is too expensive.
The first vote in February will be a bill repealing the law in full.
The disease has sickened more than 70 people in California.
Employers want the commission to define a "voluntary" wellness program.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) is renewing his effort to boost funding for the National Institutes of...
Director Tom Frieden urged parents to get their kids vaccinated.
Of the 1.2 million people with HIV in the U.S., 168,000 are unaware.
Congressional staffers found that data is automatically shared with the companies.
Three committee chairmen, including Paul Ryan, will work on the GOP's plan.
The president says he would "happily veto" any repeals that reach his desk.
"It’s only January, and we’ve already had 84 cases," a CDC official said.
“There will be an alternative, and you will get to see it,” Boehner said.
CMS wants to respond to provider feedback, the agency said in a blog post.
The president will propose raising discretionary spending by $74 billion.
The GOP says the National Institutes of Health and Food and Drug Administration need reforms.
The percentage of employers offering coverage dropped nearly 4 points between 2009 and 2013.
Republicans want the White House to show its hand ahead of a key court challenge.