Relieved Republicans have pushed their prized health care bill through the House. The mostly party-line 217-213 vote advances a bill that addresses their longtime pledge to erase the 2010 Obama health care law.
North Carolina's largest health insurer faces a setback after a losing a lawsuit to recover $130 million it says Washington promised but didn't pay under a provision of President Barack Obama's health reform law.
Nonpartisan analysts project that 14 million people would lose coverage next year under the House bill dismantling former President Barack Obama's health care law. The estimate is a blow to Republicans.
Viewers nationwide strongly approved of President Donald Trump’s speech Tuesday night, with many Democrats joining Republicans in calling it “presidential” and positive in tone, according to a CBS News Poll. Republicans and Independents found it “unifying,” though Democrats were slower to come around on that measure.
A new analysis for The Associated Press finds that health care consumers will have less choice next year than at any previous time since the opening of the insurance markets created by President Barack Obama's overhaul.