The U.S. Supreme Court Monday declined to hear an appeal from a Christian college challenging aspects of the health insurance law, called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
After a pregnant Italian woman allegedly suffered from a “panic attack” during a two-week trip to the United Kingdom, government officials detained her in a psychiatric hospital, forcibly sedated her, cut the unborn child out of her womb via C-section, and then seized the newborn baby girl.
The White House is laying out plans to bailout insurance companies to help offset the loss of revenue and profit that the industry is experiencing under ObamaCare.
The Supreme will hear a pair of cases challenging the federal government's authority to force business to provide abortion-inducing contraceptives to their employees.
The Obama administration announced Thanksgiving Eve that the federal insurance exchange for small businesses will not be ready to enroll employees until next November, 13 months after it was supposed to be operational.
With the ObamaCare-instigated expansion of Medicaid expected to add almost 10 million more Americans to the government entitlement scheme, the shortage of doctors across the United States is set to get much worse, according to experts and estimates cited in news reports.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for December 2 - 8, 2013.
An operative with “Enroll America,” an outfit linked to the Obama administration, was exposed admitting what sounded like a potential conspiracy — unlawful use of private data collected under ObamaCare for political purposes.
Because of ObamaCare, as many as 80 million Americans could receive health-insurance cancellation notices next fall, just in time for the midterm elections.