In the wake of the release of undercover videos of Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of body parts of aborted babies, the abortion giant is losing some financial backing from private corporations, and calls are increasing to cut its funding by the federal government.
A leaked document obtained by the Huffington Post reveals that more than 238,000 veterans died while their applications were pending through the Department of Veterans Affairs. The document also shows that, as of April, there are 847,000 veterans in the Department of Veteran Affairs’ backlog.
An undercover video has caught a top Planned Parenthood leader discussing the abortion giant's black market practice of selling the body parts of aborted babies.
According to a new study by a Columbia University research psychiatrist, a growing number of children and teens are being prescribed antipsychotic medications, many of whom are using the medications for off-label purposes.
Health insurers are seeking double-digit rate increases for many ObamaCare exchange plans, suggesting that the exchanges are already entering a "death spiral" of high costs and losses.
ObamaCare's insurance co-ops are fast running out of money, yet their executives are being rewarded with huge salaries.
On Monday, lawmakers in California passed one of the toughest mandatory vaccination requirements in the country, which would end exemptions from state immunizations laws based on religious or personal beliefs, by a vote of 24-14. Mississippi and West Virginia are the only other states with such strict requirements.
Following the Supreme Court’s monumentally controversial ruling on ObamaCare subsidies, angry lawmakers have decided to introduce legislation that would require the justices to enroll in the health insurance program.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that ObamaCare's insurance subsidies can continue to flow to individuals buying insurance on the federal exchange despite clear statutory language to the contrary.
Despite his and Democrats' denials, a recently released trove of e-mails shows that MIT economist Jonathan Gruber played a central role in getting ObamaCare drafted and passed.
The Congressional Budget Office has issued an ambiguous report, full of assumptions and variables, on the impacts of repealing ObamaCare.