A Wisconsin man found himself confused, frustrated, and tied up in red tape when he tried to buy insurance on an ObamaCare exchange, and he's still not sure his whole family is covered.
With consumer advocates voicing concerns that hundreds of thousands of people may need to repay some or all of their health insurance subsidies, the Obama administration now plans to contact thousands of those recipients of health subsidies to ensure that they are in fact eligible.
The U.S. Department of Transportation spends nearly a billion dollars a year to schools who start "walking school buses."
The question is: Who has the right to decide how much risk a person will take?
It appears that a Connecticut teen who was taken away from her parents in a case of heavy-handed state intervention will soon be returning home, as the state of Massachusetts has indicated its willingness to release her from its custody.
While speaking before the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Global Grand Challenges Summit in London last year, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates lamented that malaria research “gets virtually no funding.”
Nearly three million people who have applied for Medicaid under ObamaCare are still waiting for their applications to be processed because of technical problems.
An investigative report released last week helped to shed some light on an issue that is plaguing America's veterans.
A new IRS rule prohibits large employers from canceling their plans and dumping their employees onto the ObamaCare exchanges.
The May 28 release of a scathing Veterans Administration Office of Inspector General (OIG) report on dishonest scheduling practices at the VA clinics in the Phoenix, Arizona, area has produced calls for — and reports of — investigations for criminal prosecution of the rogue officials who wrote the fraudulent reports.