'Star Wars' story creators talk Darth Vader comic series
Lucasfilm Story Group's Matt Martin, Marvel editor Jordan White and new "Star Wars" writer Kieron Gillen discuss their collaboration.
July 30, 1965: President Johnson signs Medicare bill
Johnson also recognized former President Truman, who was the first president to propose a national health care program.
Senate Minority Leader: GOP health care plan is 'rotten to the core'
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., discusses the Democratic Party's new agenda on "This Week."
Swalwell thinks President Trump 'missed an opportunity to tell' Putin 'we know that you did it'
President trump, Vladimir Putin on Friday, big meeting of the week. Lots of questions about what happened in that room. Some answers as well. Let's talk about it with Katrina vanden heuvel, editor and publish of "The nation." "Wall Street journal" columnist, author of "False black power?" Jason
New warning about scammers' techniques to steal your identity
Back now with a new identity theft scam, stealing your mail to get your most sensitive information and you may not even notice how they're doing it. Here's ABC's Lana Zak. Reporter: Tonight, a new warning. Scammers going after an easy target, your mail. All to steal your personal information. It
22 million people would lose health insurance under Senate bill
you could come up with, the senate health care plan -- is in critical condition. Right now -- no, really. It will have to go to the emergency room. It's in the emergency room now. The congressional budget office says it will probably leave about 22 million more people without insurance. The
New health care plan could leave millions uninsured
Senate Republicans' new proposed plan could leave 22 million more Americans uninsured over the next decade, 15 million more uninsured next year alone.
2009 town hall: President Obama answers America's questions
President Obama sat down with Americans to answer questions about health care in the ABC special "Questions for the President: Prescription for America."
GOP negotiates on health care bill as deadline looms
The Senate GOP health care bill faces backlash from conservatives who say the bill does not go far enough to repeal Obamacare and moderates who say the bill goes too far and are critical of proposed cuts to Medicaid.
Trump faces likely decisions on two of his top agenda items
Senate Republicans will push for a vote to repeal and replace Obamacare by the end of the week, while the Supreme Court will decide whether Trump's travel ban is constitutional.