The plaintiffs in a case challenging ObamaCare’s insurance subsidies on the federal exchange have asked the Supreme Court to take their case after a circuit-court panel ruled against them.
Two U.S. medical missionaries are in grave condition as a deadly Ebola plague storms across West Africa.
Conflicting decisions by two separate appeals courts have observers of the ongoing ObamaCare debacle predicting a Supreme Court showdown for the socialized healthcare nightmare.
After the Supreme Court's favorable ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, Democrats initially retaliated by announcing plans to circumvent the finding of the high court; however, there are indications that the White House may back down on the ObamaCare contraception mandate.
Are Americans who buy health insurance on ObamaCare’s federal exchange eligible for premium-assistance subsidies? Two federal courts offered opposing answers to that question Tuesday.
While a bill to reverse the U.S. Supreme Court's recent Hobby Lobby ruling failed in the U.S. Senate, the effort shed light on the continuing attack on religious liberty in America.
Is Obama using the federal gun law’s mental health prohibition to confiscate your guns?
Both medical professionals and officers with the Border Patrol union have expressed concern about the number of illegal immigrants, including the many unaccompanied children housed at federal holding facilities, who have communicable diseases.
Retaliating against the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in favor of the Hobby Lobby, Democratic senators have announced plans to introduce a bill nicknamed "Not My Boss's Business Act."
The National Organization for Women has put The Little Sisters of the Poor on a list of "Dirty 100" organizations waging legal battles against the federal mandate for contraceptive coverage in health insurance provided by employers.