The impact of the law on the healthcare system is beginning to come into focus.
Live anthrax was shipped to 18 labs in the U.S. and abroad.
The House will likely also consider trade legislation in June.
The U.S. House passed similar legislation this month.
It is the first time in seven years that more have been pro-choice, according to Gallup.
Rep. Sandy Levin (D-Mich.) wants to maintain access to generic drugs.
House Republicans are challenging Obama's use of executive power.
He wants the officials to testify regardless of the ongoing ObamaCare court case.
Rep. Duckworth wants all major U.S. airports to offer private spaces for lactating mothers.
The Republican presidential candidate says the United States should allow imports.
The push is not winning support, however, from groups like Planned Parenthood.
The CDC said a man who traveled from West Africa was not diagnosed with the disease.
Senate Homeland leaders gave the Pentagon a June 15 deadline.
The chamber will also turn its attention to Medicare Advantage changes.
Regulators raised alarms about use of medical scopes at least three years before the outbreak.
The office would investigate everything from the website to the employer mandate.
Live anthrax was accidentally shipped to labs in nine states, and South Korea.
They say a ruling against the law would cause massive turmoil in the healthcare market.
Insurers are gearing up to challenge the proposed regulation before it is finalized.
Former Rep. Steve LaTourette (R-Ohio) has filed a claim in federal court.
Report warns administrative costs will grow by more than $270 billion in the next decade.
The 700-page "uber rule" contains the biggest changes to Medicaid in a decade.
The department announced $112 million in grants for doctors at smaller practices.
The issue has united Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Democrats.