The delays in implementing ObamaCare continue to give voice to those opposed to the vast government-run healthcare system.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has offered a Medicare reform bill that will cut $1 trillion in the first decade and will open the marketplace of insurance to seniors.
A four-judge panel of the New York Supreme Court's Appellate Division unanimously upheld an earlier decision overturning New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on super-sized sodas.
Three former employees of a Wilmington, Delaware Planned Parenthood clinic testified before the state legislature that the organization repeatedly put women's lives at risk, performing after-hours abortions without additional staff and maintaining unsanitary conditions.
Thanks to recent Obama administration rulings, people wanting taxpayer-subsidized health insurance next year can get it even if they aren't eligible for it.
Facing increased health insurance costs under ObamaCare and its employer mandate, the Wegmans supermarket chain announced that it will no longer offer health coverage to many of its part-time employees.
Last week, the Obama administration announced that it would delay a key component of the healthcare law. The delay has prompted House Republicans to scrutinize the decision and question whether the administration possesses the authority to do so.