A group of bipartisan House members has introduced a resolution recognizing the value of...
The once-rare disease is threatening to make a comeback.
“Parents ought to make sure their children are vaccinated,” Bush told reporters.
A short answer for Chris Christie and Rand Paul: It can't.
He said his remarks about "healthy" children developing disorders are being misconstrued.
The Speaker said he doesn't know whether a federal law is needed.
Carson said diseases should not be allowed to return by "foregoing safe immunization."
The remark made waves as a measles outbreak stirs political debate over vaccination.
CDC Director Tom Frieden joins those calling for parents to vaccinate their children.
Obama said he wants people to “know the facts and the science and the information.”
The White House says science is very clear.
Rep. Tim Murphy (R-Pa.) is pushing his stalled mental health reform bill
Passengers on San Francisco’s Bay Area Transit Authority (BART) subway system were exposed last...
Paul and Christie were merely following the GOP playbook and teaching the controversy.
Rep. Bill Foster (D-Ill.) took a veiled swipe at Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.).
GOP physicians and medical experts urged parents to vaccinate their kids.
Jindal warned of "fear mongering, while Rubio said kids should "absolutely" be vaccinated.
"The earth is round, the sky is blue, and #vaccineswork," she tweeted.
An outbreak of measles has opened up a contentious political debate.
GOP leaders are starting to grapple with childhood vaccines as a measles outbreak widens.
The 2016 contender stressed that he isn't "anti-vaccine at all."
Director Tom Frieden urged parents to get their kids vaccinated.
Health officials are warning unvaccinated people to stay away from the California amusement park.
The agency reported that cases have reached a 20-year high.