Pandemic Aid Package Makes Health Insurance More Affordable For Some
The American Rescue Plan Act will spend $34 billion to help Americans buy insurance through 2022.
75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers to possibly strike in October
Some reports had the number of striking workers up to 85,000 in a possible historic multi-state strike to demand better compensation.
Cancer survivors flood Capitol Hill to lobby for research funding
Nearly 700 people are advocating for lawmakers to support legislation that would increase access to cancer screenings.
Florida nurse practitioner convicted of defrauding Medicare of $200M
The 45-year-old nurse practitioner is accused of signing thousands of documents ordering a plethora of unnecessary medical items and tests.
President Joe Biden received the COVID-19 booster and flu shot
The White House says the president hopes to encourage all Americans to follow his example and get vaccinated.
A resolution in sight? Hollywood strike negotiations enters fourth day
This week, the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers resumed talks, but no deal has been announced yet.
US border crossings by migrant families hits record high
The southwest border saw 2.2 million migrant encounters this fiscal year, closing in on last year's 2.4 million.