President Obama's executive actions on immigration got another day in federal court on Friday and early reports suggest it may not look good for the administration.
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The Senate passed a bill with a price tag of $141 billion to reform Medicare payments to physicians, rejecting a series of amendments, including one that would make the bill budget-neutral.
While the debate over amnesty rages, the U.S. already expects to admit 10 million new legal immigrants on a path to citizenship over the next decade -- more than the population of seven large American cities combined.
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz is suggesting that the administration may have indicted Sen. Robert Menendez for corruption as punishment for "policy differences."
A potential longer-term fix to a costly annual Medicare problem is actually not that permanent, according to a report from a federal actuary.
Expected 2016 GOP candidate Scott Walker is making a concerted effort to clarify his stance on the country's immigration policy.
The board chair of Colorado's Obamacare exchange said in off-the-cuff remarks Wednesday that the state-run operation may not be able to cut it financially.
President Obama is still pretty satisfied with the health-care law, even while he warns that an impending Supreme Court case could ruin it all.
A federal judge denied Tuesday night the Obama administration's request to allow President Obama's executive actions on amnesty to move forward.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul formally announced his presidential campaign Tuesday, and notably failed to mention a top target of GOP hopefuls: Obamacare.
The number of illegal immigrant children age 17 caught by U.S. officials in the Southwest swelled in March, a trend that immigration watchers say will continue as the weather improves throughout the summer.
More voters than ever think the United States should be more stringent about deporting illegal immigrants, according to a Rasmussen poll released Monday, in contrast to several liberal mayors who are calling on a federal court to allow President Obama's executive amnesty to take effect.
The Obama administration is moving forward with a little-known program that will bring the families of legal immigrants from Central America to the United States.
The New York legislature voted down Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposal to tax health insurance policies to fund the state's Obamacare exchange, calling the fees system used by the Obama administration and other states counterintuitive.
Embattled Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said it was a "gross mischaracterization" to claim that a state law protecting religious liberty would give businesses a license to discriminate, but said Tuesday that he's working to on a legislative fix for this public perception.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie became the final potential GOP presidential contender to signal his support for a ban on abortions after 20 weeks on Monday.
The Supreme Court decided Monday not to take up a case against an Obamacare panel often referred to as a "death panel," an advisory board charged with cutting Medicare costs, falling back on a lower court's decision that the challenge was premature.
A long-term federal audit of Maryland's botched Obamacare exchange found that the state misallocated $28.4 million of federal funding, but the state's contesting whether it will pay the money back.
Famously anti-Obamacare Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is now signing up for health insurance on an Obamacare exchange, he confirmed Tuesday.