Trump Targets Obamacare With His First Executive Order
Donald Trump signed an executive order that aims to minimize the impact of the Affordable Care Act.LEARN MORE
Republican's first proposal for replacing Obamacare will give states three options — including keeping Obamacare in place.
Senate Republicans have unveiled a potential replacement for Obamacare.
"If you like your insurance, you should keep it, and we mean it," Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) said.
The Patient Freedom Act would move control of health care from Washington, D.C., to state governments.
Each state has three options: keep the Affordable Care Act, enter a new "market-based" system with some federal funding or create their own plan without federal help.
There's no word yet on what President Donald Trump thinks about this first plan to replace Obamacare.
In the past, he's said he wants insurance for everyone, and he wants replacement to happen at the same time Obamacare is repealed.
The sponsors of the bill say it's "still a work in progress," and the new state-by-state plan would be implemented by the year 2020.
The attorney general defended the Department of Justice, which is overseeing cases involving Hunter Biden and former President Donald Trump.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy can only afford to lose four GOP votes when he presents a continuing resolution to keep the government open.
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) was removed from a play on Sunday, and footage contradicts her camp's story on why.
The aging U.S. population drives higher in-home care demand, but a shortage of workers is a key challenge.
Student loan repayments are resuming, and some borrowers are considering boycotting to refuse to pay.
With high interest rates and low inventory plaguing most of the country when it comes to real estate, is it better to wait until spring?