Remember the pen President Obama promised to use if he needed a new law and couldn’t count on Congress to pass it? He’s using it.
The Obama administration recently extended until 2016 a "hardship exemption" from ObamaCare's individual mandate for those whose insurance was canceled — and just about everyone else.
Both sides of the legislative attempt to block enforcement of key provisions of ObamaCare in South Carolina are ratcheting up their efforts.
Republican David Jolly won a March 12 special election in Florida, a victory many are calling a bellwether for the November mid-term elections.
With the March 31 healthcare deadline fast approaching, the White House is in the difficult position of having to admit that it will likely not reach its goal of seven million ObamaCare enrollees. According to figures put out by the White House, 4.2 million Americans have signed up for ObamaCare through February, but the White House has yet to indicate how many of those enrollees actually paid for their insurance.
Though labor unions have been some of President Obama's biggest advocates, a recent report from a major union reveals trouble in paradise. According to the report, Obama's prized healthcare law will further worsen income inequality.
The Obama administration announced Wednesday that health plans that would otherwise be canceled under ObamaCare may now live on for two or even three more years.
A White House candidate to take the post for surgeon general will likely be adding his anti-gun rhetoric to the chorus in Washington.
Speaking from the East Room of the White House on February 27, first lady Michelle Obama announced upcoming changes to the FDA’s Nutrition Facts label — the ubiquitous chart found on about 700,000 food and beverage products sold in the United States.