Sens. Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Mike Lee say the legislation doesn’t go far enough.
Texas, joined by two other states, is opening up the latest front in ObamaCare legal battles.
The oil industry tries to defeat regs by questioning science, says Eddie Bernice Johnson.
Obama announced new actions at an event in West Virginia.
Clinton is watching the Anthem-Cigna and Aetna-Humana mergers.
Obama will lay out new initiatives in West Virginia.
The issue has provoked controversy over so-called death panels in the past.
American Cancer Society is updating its screening standards for breast cancer for the first time.
Judge Rosemary Collyer said she will decide the substance of the case first.
State officials want to cut Planned Parenthood out of its Medicaid program.
After a missed opportunity last week, there is no clear path for an agreement.
Clinton accepted $164,315 despite her tough stance against the industry.
Congress has weeks to prevent the largest premium hikes in Medicare's history.
"At the end of the day, the Senate parliamentarian is an employee of the Senate," he said.
Tom Price said the repeal effort needed to be more narrow to pass the Senate.
The survey was commissioned in part by the Chamber of Commerce, which opposes the tax.
Rep. Bill Posey (R-Fla.) is again urging Congress to investigate claims of a possible link.
Heritage Action for America says the push is not all-encompassing enough.
The grants come as hopes grow for comprehensive bipartisan mental health reform.
Exclusivity protections for drugmakers put U.S. firms in standoff over TPP.
Ben Sasse is throwing up roadblocks to the confirmation of two top HHS nominees.
The court battle is being closely watched by several states.
The future of a program to create non-profit insurers is increasingly in doubt.
Louisiana will get a ruling on its efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.