Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said ObamaCare limited women’s healthcare choices...
House Republicans may try to court shop to find the best venue for lawsuit against Obama.
Federal spending on healthcare will equal 8.1 percent of GDP in 2039.
The poll found Americans worried about the high cost of specialty drugs.
A committee on Friday approved a bill that would require regulators to make a swift decision.
During the 2014 enrollment period 12 percent of assisters said demand for their services far...
A new investigation has uncovered even more safety lapses at the CDC.
Nelson called on the Senate to ban ads that he said are targeting children.
The National Right to Life Committee is going on offense against a bill to lift abortion...
Blumenthal will lead a hearing Tuesday on his bill to eliminate most abortion restrictions.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) called on the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) to change its rule...
Approval of the Supreme Court is near an all-time low in a new survey.
Advocates will hold more than 60 meetings with lawmakers to urge a change in cost-sharing policy.
Warren vowed Tuesday to always fight those who want to limit women’s access to birth control.
Pelosi joined other Dems and advocacy groups to promote a bill that would reverse the ruling.
The legislation would ensure employers can't block workers from obtaining contraception.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) criticized his Republican counterpart, Mitch McConnell (...
The survey was commissioned by liberal advocacy group Americans United for Change.
The majority leader set up the first procedural vote on a bill to reverse the ruling.
Eighty-nine lawmakers want CMS to remove penalties for not using electronic records.
The Senate leader said the lawsuit against President Obama is a "sham."
The legislation responds to a spike in child poisonings from liquid nicotine.
The funds will help state Medicaid directors reform payment systems and improve care.
This week promises a slew of healthcare news between the courts and Capitol Hill.