The FDA's draft guidelines call on the food industry to reduce sodium levels.
The measures would exempt feminine hygiene products from sales taxes.
Republicans say the administration is illegally making certain payments.
Clinton is facing the problem of higher ObamaCare premium hikes in an election year.
The World Health Organization said there is "no public health justification."
A group of 150 health experts is warning of the risks of Zika to the Olympics.
The study by the National Toxicology Program measured exposure to cellphone radiation.
The moonshot anti-cancer gambit comes with a $1 billion price tag.
CDC Director Tom Frieden said the discovery could mean “the end of the road” for antibiotics.
Lawmakers are expected to leave town Thursday afternoon.
Thirteen other states have also recently enacted 20-week bans.
Nearly three-quarters say they are satisfied with their ObamaCare plans.
A girl born in New Jersey has a severe case of microcephaly, a doctor said.
He spoke for just 8 minutes and took no questions.
Portman has championed legislation on drug abuse in the Senate.
The cuts would affect the nation’s largest cities and counties.
The decision will ultimately be up to agencies like the FCC and FDA.
Cruz is promising to hold Trump’s feet to the fire on abortion.
The shutdown means almost 22,000 people will have to find a new plan.
Obstacles, including gun politics, remain.
"We have a narrow window of opportunity," Dr. Tom Frieden says.
The bills are vastly different in terms of size, timing and how they offset their costs.
Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) is calling for the State Department to pressure China.
David Fisher said most IRS officials were reassured after a meeting at the White House.