Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) News
Poll Says Majority of Americans Prefer 'Medicare For All' Health Care
A growing number of Americans now support the idea of federally-funded healthcare, according to a new poll conducted by Gallup measuring response to each of the three remaining Presidential candidates' proposed healthcare policies. When presented with three different scenarios for the future of the
Law Mandates Coverage for Vasectomies, Other Birth Control
Vermont is poised to become the first state to require public and private health insurance to cover vasectomies without copays and deductibles
Elderly Book End-of-Life Talks Once Labeled 'Death Panels'
As the elderly and others begin to take part in new Medicare-funded end-of-life conversations with their doctors, backers hope fears of 'death panels' may disappear
Senate Easily Advances $1.1 Billion in Zika Funding
The Senate has voted decisively in favor of a bipartisan $1.1 billion measure to combat the Zika virus this year and next, cutting back President Barack Obama's request but offering significantly more money to fight Zika than would House GOP conservatives
Clinton: People Should Stop Listening to GOP "Propaganda"
Hillary Clinton says it's "time people stopped listening to Republican propaganda."
Supreme Court Sends Health Law Contraception Case Back to Lower Courts
The Supreme Court said today it would not rule in the Zubik v. Burwell case, one of the most controversial legal challenges this year involving employer-sponsored health insurance and a woman’s right to contraception under the Affordable Care Act . In a move that seemed designed to avoid an
In Surprising Turnabout, Oklahoma Eyes Medicaid Expansion
Despite resistance in Oklahoma for years to President Barack Obama's health overhaul, many Republican leaders in Oklahoma embrace a plan to expand Medicaid as they face a $1.3 billion budget hole and warnings of damage to the state's health care system
10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. DEMOCRATS: BENGHAZI CHAIR IGNORES GOP LAWYER STATEMENT Democrats on the House Benghazi panel insist that the military did what it could in response to the deadly twin attacks on Sept. 11,
Frontier Airlines Female Pilots Describe Challenges as Breastfeeding Moms in Discrimination Complaints
Four female pilots filed complaints Tuesday with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that Denver-based Frontier Airlines discriminates against pregnant and breast-feeding pilots. The women described the challenges as breastfeeding mothers, including battling infections from being