Congressman to fulfill assault sentence with nonprofit Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte was sentenced for assaulting a reporter.
Trump threat: End health payments unless there's an overhaul WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Saturday threatened once more to end required payments to insurance companies unless lawmakers repeal and replace the Obama-era health care law. In apparent frustration over Friday's failure by the Senate
Bill O'Reilly: McCain torpedoed health care bill because of Trump's 'POW comment' Former cable news giant Bill O’Reilly says Sen. John McCain’s decision to sink a “skinny repeal” of the Affordable Care Act was revenge against President Trump two years in the making. The Republican Party’s seven-year quest to scrap Obamacare
Minnesota senators look ahead on health care ST. PAUL — Minnesota's two U.S. senators, both Democrats, are ending the week much like they started it: urging Republicans to work with them to craft new federal health care policies. But Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken were strong in their
Health policy professor seeks bipartisan health care fix The rule scheduled to take effect in mid-September prohibits the use of arbitration clauses to bar customers from participating in class-action suits. Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Fl., chair of the bishops' Committee on Domestic Justice and Human
Donald Trump threatens to end health insurance payments unless Obamacare is overhauled US President Donald Trump has threatened to end government payments to health insurers unless politicians repeal and replace the "imploding" Obamacare law. Mr Trump took to Twitter this morning in apparent frustration over Friday's failure by the Senate
Tomi Lahren, Chelsea Handler face off over health care at Politicon Tomi Lahren has a lot against Affordable Care Act for someone that relies on the 2010 legislation for health insurance. The conservative firebrand on Saturday revealed her secret to obtaining health care during a rowdy Politicon session with comedian
'Just the beginning': Republicans move health care bid forward The vote was 51-50.
Sessions has no plans to resign, hasn't spoken to Trump in days, source says But a White House spokesman says "We'll get to a resolution shortly."