While the U.S. Supreme Court weighs the future of healthcare subsidies, the federal government reveals little regard for taxpayer dollars, as it cannot account for $2.8 billion in healthcare subsidies. According to an audit report by the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, taxpayer funding is significantly “at risk” under the current system.

The federal government is storing large amounts of personal information about Healthcare.gov users in perpetuity, raising serious privacy concerns.

With a possible loss in the upcoming Supreme Court ruling on the national subsidies in ObamaCare, President Obama is arguing that he is the one on moral high ground.

Anti-anxiety and pain medications may be linked to an increased risk of committing murder, according to a new study by Finnish researchers.

If the Supreme Court rules in the case of King v. Burwell that the words “exchanges established by the state” mean that only citizens in those states enjoy subsidies to help pay for their insurance under ObamaCare while those elsewhere do not, the impact of such a ruling would likely prove to be enormous and overwhelmingly positive.