Medicaid recipients say they need health care to work
Medicaid recipients are pushing back against Maine's proposal to create the nation's toughest requirements for the health care program that states run
School sex complaints to federal agency rise _ and languish
The Associated Press has reviewed years' worth of complaints to the U.S. Education Department's Office for Civil Rights about elementary and secondary schools accused of mishandling allegations of sexual violence by students
The father of Gypsy Blanchard speaks out about 'Mommy Dead and Dearest'
ABC News' Amy Robach sat down with the father of Gypsy Blanchard, the woman who pleaded guilty to murdering her mother and is the center of a new HBO crime documentary.
Hurdles ahead for GOP health care bill
The House narrowly approved the bill but its fate in the Senate is unclear.
What you need to know about the GOP plan and pre-existing conditions
Health care coverage for pre-existing conditions has been a major sticking point in the negotiations around the new GOP health care plan -- and a source of mixed messages from Republicans and Democrats about what the bill would actually do. President Donald Trump said in an interview on Monday that
Kelly Osbourne opens up about her new memoir live on 'GMA'
The television personality gets candid about her relationship with her family, her past struggle with addiction, and more in her new book.
Navigating federal and state laws in the marijuana industry
ABC News' Serena Marshall talks with New Frontier Data's John Kagia about the difficulties faced by businesses trying to stay on the right side of the law.
Senior Obama adviser David Axelrod talks wiretapping claims, Russia ties and more
Axelrod calls President Trump's claims of wiretapping by then-President Obama "ludicrous" and "an astonishing claim."
Boy's giggle fits turned out to be rare form of epileptic seizures
For years, Justin Cho's family thought they simply had a happy kid who liked to laugh, even when nothing funny happened. "Ever since he was an infant he would giggle and it would be very short lived, anywhere between 2 to 5 seconds," Justin's father, Robert Cho, said on the UCLA Mattel Children's
Boy's 'giggle fits' turn out to be rare form of epileptic seizures
Justin Cho is now recovering after having surgery to treat epileptic seizures.