One woman's bill is more than $6,000.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) tweeted Monday evening that she will vote no on a motion to proceed the Senate health-care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act. Collins made the announcement a few hours after the Congressional Budget Office released its preliminary analysis of the Senate Republicans' health-care proposal, which estimates that in 10 years, if the plan passes, 22 million more people would be uninsured than if the Affordable Care Act remained the law. "I want to work with my GOP a...
As cities across the country pushed their minimum wages to untested heights in recent years, some economists began to ask: How high is too high?
From Andrew Wakefield's disastrous debunked paper to Minnesota's recent resurgence of measles, Oliver's here to demystify America's vaccination issues.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has finally released the text of the "Better Care Reconciliation Act Of 2017," the Senate bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, after weeks of secrecy. You can read it right here.
Seth keeps his cool, but he goes pretty scorched-Earth pointing out literally every possible complaint about the Republican senators' secretive process around the American Health Care Act.
"I deliberated with great, soulful torment about this, and obviously I concluded that it could be done safely or I wouldn’t have done it."
And why we keep talking about Russia instead.
With Republicans rushing to bring the bill to the Senate floor for a vote before the end of next week, here's what we know about the bill.
Don't be complacent: High-rise building failures are never accidents, and contempt for the poor is global.
The exiting members stated that they cannot be effective under a "president who simply does not care."
Each year, 1 in every 20 Americans racks up just as much in medical bills as another 19 combined. This critical five percent of the US population is key to solving the nation's health care spending crisis.
Some still can't say what it's trying to do — other than garner enough votes to pass the Senate — or how they believe it will improve the American health care system.
Thinking globally. Building parking spaces locally.
US military vets who aren’t citizens face deportation if they’re convicted of crimes, from DUIs to felonies. Now some lawmakers are trying to change that and think Trump is the man to do it.
Mitch McConnell's caucus is writing its bill in secret, and McConnell could bring the legislation up for a vote anytime, without holding a single public hearing.
Forget the 1 percent for a moment. It’s the top fifth that rules.
But they’re still voting Republican.
House lawmakers are poised to pass the "crown jewel" of the GOP-led regulatory reform effort on Thursday, effectively gutting the Dodd-Frank financial regulations that were put in place during the Obama administration.
But border management doesn’t have to be so destructive.
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