The lawsuit targets the administration’s strategy for protecting health insurers from losses.
The ban was put into place in 1983 and was slightly modified in December.
The administration is trying to get more donors registered and is investing in research.
The promise to break down existing barriers to cancer research seems to be creating new ones.
The Senate leader has urged GOP colleagues in private to avoid distracting political fights.
Republicans are weighing small-bore changes even as they talk of replacing the law.
The White House is amplifying its efforts to contain the chaos from a nearly inevitable outbreak of...
WHO said women should be “correctly informed and oriented to consider delaying pregnancy.”
The spending bill largely steers clear of ObamaCare controversies.
Burwell tried to calm the nerves of health insurers worried about the future of the marketplaces.
The Biotechnology Innovation Organization president said his industry is “an easy scapegoat.”
The Senate is expected to vote soon to go to conference.
The money has been awarded to programs that prevent homelessness.
The study finds federal government spending would also decrease.
The Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act can reform government's ineffective efforts.
House and Senate lawmakers are scrambling to bridge the divide on spending.
Republicans say a Medicare drug pricing proposal would harm patients.
Hillary Clinton cemented abortion rights as a central plank in her general election fight.
Lawmakers are hashing out differences between two proposals.
The agency will instead take steps to encourage voluntary reporting and treatment.
The House is moving forward with mental health next week.
The Senate agreed by voice vote to go to a joint conference with the House.
Democrats have been pressuring Republicans to act to approve new funding to fight the virus.
The Senate Finance Committee advanced nominees to Social Security and Medicare trustee boards.