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Kimmel brings son on show in health care plea
"Live" host Jimmy Kimmel did his opening monologue with 7-month-old son Billy in his arms after taking a weeklong hiatus for the boy's heart surgery.
1st state opts out of broadband public safety network
New Hampshire is the first state to say it will opt out of the nationwide public safety communications system known as FirstNet
ANALYSIS: The 2 options for US health care likely to emerge in the next decade
This is the fifth and final article in a five-part series. In my previous essays I have outlined the huge problems with cost, quality and access facing American health care. Indeed, the problems are so difficult and politicized that it is hard to believe there can be solutions. But I have come to
ANALYSIS: 3 health care problems could shape the next decade as much as medicine
This is the first article in a five-part series. When it comes to health care in the U.S., I have no idea what’s going to happen in the next five years –- but I think I know what’s going to happen in ten years. That sweeping prediction stems from several decades of reporting on health care issues
Fayrouz Saad: Our elected leaders should look, act and sound like us
She joins Amna Nawaz on "Uncomfortable" and opens up about how her identity is shaping her campaign and her plans to effect real change in government.
Trump announces ex-Big Pharma exec Alex Azar as Tom Price's replacement at Health and Human Services
President Donald Trump today announced he's nominating Alex Azar to be Department of Health and Human Services secretary, replacing Tom Price. Azar is a former executive for pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and worked as a deputy secretary at HHS under President George W. Bush. Price resigned Sept.
DNC chair Tom Perez on 2017 elections, future of Democratic Party
Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez joins "This Week" after Democrats' victory in the Virginia governor's race.
The Note: Blue wave sweeps over New Jersey and Virginia, but watch for the undertow
The TAKE with Rick Klein Democrats can breathe again . But taking a breath is a questionable proposition in the Trump era. It’s hard to overstate what Tuesday’s sweeping victories mean for Democratic enthusiasm and excitement. The party that needed a win got a bunch of them with a night that
The Note: For conspiracy-loving Trump, JFK files are a big moment
The TAKE with Rick Klein It figures to be quite a moment for conspiracy theories . And nobody relishes a good conspiracy theory quite like President Donald Trump. The president finds the remaining government documents surrounding the Kennedy assassination to be “interesting,” or so he informed his
Julia Louis-Dreyfus gives cancer battle update, finishes 2nd round of chemotherapy
Julia Louis-Dreyfus has completed her second round of chemotherapy in her battle against breast cancer . The "Veep" star announced the milestone in an Instagram photo, where the hilarious actress is donned in a black hoodie, sunglasses and a fake mustache. "Chemo #2: finito. We are NOT fing around