Nearly 3.5 million people on small-business plans would face “substantially” higher premiums.
How and why did Congress qualify as a "small business" under ObamaCare?
The debate has slowed the final version of the 21st Century Cures initiative.
Senate effort to speed approval of new medicines is in tandem with forthcoming House bill.
The uninsured rate among Hispanics has long been higher than for other groups.
Three House Democrats are pushing legislation to eliminate the tax.
The long-awaited regulation is the first change to fluoride recommendations in 53 years.
It's another element of the House 21st Century Cures initiative.
The senators are urging the FDA to act quickly on guidance about the risk of mercury.
The VA is changing its Veterans Choice Program, intended to reduce long wait times.
There were few clashes over ObamaCare at Secretary Burwell's hearing.
Vitter wants to see applications used by lawmakers to enroll in D.C. insurance marketplace.
Some companies are still charging women out-of-pocket costs for birth control, report states.
Sen. Patty Murray says insurers must do more to promote contraception coverage.
RSC Chairman Bill Flores said the group's latest plan will be released by mid-May.
The Senate Finance Committee is demanding more attention on the growing backlog of Medicare appeals...
Around two out of three taxpayers who got insurance through ObamaCare had to pay back extra tax...
AMA study finds the shift toward Democrats began in the 1990s.
The ruling gives new life to a lawsuit challenging ObamaCare's contraception mandate.
It is often cheaper to pay the penalty than buy insurance, a study shows.
The outbreak of HIV is rare in the rural United States, the CDC said.
They are anxious to unify behind a plan before this summer's Supreme Court ruling.
Customer satisfaction has increased sharply from ObamaCare’s tumultuous first year.
Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers said his panel made “tough choices.”