While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the Trump administration that aren’t about Space Force

The death toll in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria has surged, a shadowy triumvirate is reportedly running the show at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and asbestos is back, baby.

Cities sue the Trump administration for undermining Obamacare

States allege Trump's repeated attacks on the Affordable Care Act violate his constitutional duty to "faithfully execute" the law.

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the Trump administration not about Manafort’s ugly jackets

The Trump administration finalized a rule allowing insurers to sell junk insurance plans, weighed further reductions in refugee admissions, froze Obama-era fuel efficiency standards and more.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump admin urges courts to throw out pre-existing condition protections

The Trump administration is once again reviving the health care debate, asking federal courts to overturn two of the most popular provisions of the Affordable Care Act.

Democratic candidates are focused on issues such as health care, despite what pundits say

While the media has been covering the Russia investigation, Democratic candidates across the country have been fully focused on health care in their ads.

Donald Trump just attacked a health care system he’s repeatedly praised

Trump attacked the U.K. health care system in a tweet saying it is "going broke and not working." He praised that very system while running for president.

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With few legislative victories, Donald Trump signed 55 executive orders in 2017

Trump signed more executive orders in 2017 than most of his recent predecessors. Here are the most noteworthy ones.

Tax bill passes final vote: What does it mean for you? Your 9 biggest questions answered

Tax calculator seeming handy right now? Don't stress: Here's what's in the tax reform bill passed by House and Senate, when President Donald Trump could sign it and how your taxes could change.

Why is it so hard to get mental health treatment covered by insurance? Patients face this catch-22.

Those with depression, anxiety, eating disorders and other mental health conditions are more likely than medical patients to be denied claims for insurance coverage. Here's why, and how to fight back.

Health Insurance Deadline 2017: What to know about marketplace plans on the last day to apply

What time does open enrollment end? Find out the insurance deadline for Obamacare here, plus three things to know about 2018 costs, and how to get cheaper or free health care.

Tax reform cleared the House. Here’s the plan to kill it in the Senate.

“Trying to take away people’s health care will only intensify the grassroots resistance to the Trump tax scam.”

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Emergency rooms are providing nearly half of all medical care in the US — and that may be a problem

Certain groups are relying on emergency rooms more than others.

Top Congressional Republicans unveil their own health care plan to rival stalled bipartisan deal

It guts the ACA's individual and employer mandates and puts "pro-life protections" in the way of CSRs and federal funding.

Mitch McConnell says he’ll bring bipartisan health care bill to a vote — if Trump will sign it

As Trump goes back and forth on his support of a bipartisan health care bill, Mitch McConnell says he's waiting on Trump's approval to bring the bill to a vote.
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Survey finds black, Asian and women doctors are more likely to face bias — from their own patients

Some doctors experience bias and offensive comments from the very people they're trying to help.

Are wellness and self-care products a ripoff? How to save money and get healthy for real

These money saving secrets help you eat healthier, feel better and care for yourself on a budget.

Trump still says Republicans are close to repealing Obamacare. The evidence says otherwise.

The president just tweeted an alternate reality about Republicans’ Obamacare repeal effort.

Graham-Cassidy bill is dead as GOP admits “we don’t have the votes” to repeal Obamacare

The latest Republican-led effort to repeal and replace Obamacare won't get a vote, officially killing the legislation.

Pence to Alaskans: If Obamacare repeal fails, you’ll get health care like they have in Canada

Vice President Mike Pence made the comments before the GOP-led effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act collapsed once again.

Massive crowd of protesters show up in Senate hours before Graham-Cassidy hearing

“This isn’t just a health care bill — this is a voter suppression bill,” ADAPT's Bruce Darling said.

Just 20% support Graham-Cassidy health care bill, poll finds

According to the poll, not one political group supports the bill.

Sen. Ted Cruz on Graham-Cassidy: “Right now, they don’t have my vote.”

“Right now, they don’t have my vote, and I don’t think they have [Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah’s] vote, either.” Sen. Ted Cruz said.

Sen. Collins: “Very difficult for me to imagine a scenario where I would vote yes” on Graham-Cassidy

The Maine senator said she will make her final judgement after the CBO score is revealed.

Obamacare repeal looks dead, after McCain says he’ll vote no

“I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal,” McCain said in a statement.

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Jimmy Kimmel responds to critics and goes after Trump in latest monologue against Graham-Cassidy

Kimmel responded to critics and went after the president in his latest takedown of the Graham-Cassidy plan.

Arrests, sit-ins, shouting — activists plan a week of nationwide protest to fight Graham-Cassidy

"C-SPAN is going to be more exciting than usual on Monday."

Support for single-payer health care surges as Republicans try and repeal Obamacare

Republicans are trying to build support for an Obamacare repeal by raising the specter of single-payer. A new poll says that talking point may not work.

In the debate over pre-existing conditions, only one person is right. And it’s Jimmy Kimmel.

Graham-Cassidy would unquestionably open the door to insurance companies again charging people with pre-existing conditions more for health insurance.