The House Committee on Veterans' Affairs is investigating whether psychiatric medications such as Trazodone played a role in last week's mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, where former reservist-turned-military contractor Aaron Alexis killed 12 people and injured three.
So many of today's political arguments amount to childish denials of reality. And one good example is the rationale behind forcing insurance companies to cover "pre-existing conditions."
The Home Depot announced that it will be dropping health coverage for its roughly 20,000 part-time employees, leaving them to buy subsidized coverage on ObamaCare's insurance exchanges.
A new poll released this week shows most Americans actually support partially shutting down the federal government until funding for ObamaCare is cut.
Some committed constitutionalists have forced Speaker of the House John Boehner to forward a bill that funds all of government, except ObamaCare.
Today House conservatives introduced the first detailed alternative to ObamaCare — legislation to increase the tax breaks for those who buy their own insurance.
A brutal political fight is playing out on Capitol Hill as members of Congress try to preserve their exemption from part of ObamaCare.
As ObamaCare moves closer to full implementation, glaring privacy concerns are coming to light, as new rules, regulations, and penalties invade Americans’ personal lives. The latest controversy to haunt President Obama’s healthcare reform law is a requirement that physicians ask intimate questions about patients’ sexual history.
On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted mostly along party lines to ban new subsidies to help people purchase health insurance until the administration enacts a new verification system to ensure that benefits are offered only to those who qualify.
Congressional Tea Party conservatives shut down the vote on a bill to continue government spending after September 30 because it was a "trick," "chicanery," and "hocus-pocus."