“Healthcare has always been a cozy little game,” she said.
“The conversation is very much alive," Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin said.
A Republican senator has vowed to block all HHS nominees, however.
President Obama is now one of the last defenders of the policy.
The city that signs up the highest share of uninsured people gets a visit from the president.
New York state said an insurer made "inaccurate" financial representations.
Specifics are subject to haggling despite bipartisan support for more resources.
The Democratic leaders are working behind the scenes to get rid of the ObamaCare tax.
Rep. Joe Pitts (R-Pa.) announced Friday he will not seek re-election after a 20 year career.
Every participating city is run by a Democratic or independent mayor.
High drug prices have become a heated issue on the campaign trail.
The CDC survey found that the uninsured rate has fallen to 9 percent.
The parliamentarian ruled that defunding Planned Parenthood can be part of the package.
The Food and Drug Administration will allow sales of new smokeless tobacco products.
Worldwide, women's needs are not being met because women's rights are not valued.
Sen. Bernie Sanders has touted a single-payer healthcare system.
The International Association of Fire Fighters is asking where the 2016 hopefuls stand.
Without consensus on USPSTF recommendations, we should err on the side of early detection.
Both sides in the abortion debate are eager to see their allies duke it out.
Ruling could deliver a second major blow to the landmark law.
The ad targets Clinton's remark that the VA scandal had "not been as widespread" as feared.
Democrats want to repeal a ban on researching causes of gun violence.
The "risk corridor" program is facing a major cash crunch.
According to the CDC, more than 1.3 million people have HIV in the United States.