A Nobel Prize-winning doctor is defending several state quarantines for health workers who treated Ebola patients and criticized public officials for not ensuring safety.
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After several years of Obamacare, the number of Americans that think the government should provide universal health coverage has dropped precipitously.
Poll: Americans Think Obama Admin’s Playing Politics By Delaying Obamacare Sign-ups Until After Election
A large majority of Americans are calling out the Obama administration's decision last year to delay Obamacare enrollment until after midterm elections as an overtly political move, according to a new poll from nonpartisan health research firm HealthPocket.
There are a lot of perks to being a foreign diplomat in the U.S. -- including being eligible for taxpayer subsidies for Obamacare coverage, according to two House committees.
The U.S. health care system isn't adequately prepared to deal with the possibility of a full-blown Ebola outbreak in this country, according to an Associated Press investigation.
In its first year, Obamacare hiked health insurance premiums by up to 78 percent, according to a new analysis comparing insurance costs before and after Obamacare.
The Department of Homeland Security is increasing security in some federal buildings across the country in response to heightened terror threats and recent attacks in Canada.
A House committee still struggling to get information about HealthCare.gov's security out of the Obama administration has subpoenaed the White House's former top tech official, Todd Park.
Another Christian university has won an injunction against the Obama administration's birth control mandate and its ever-changing exemptions for it.
The millions of health insurance cancellations caused by Obamacare don't mean people are "losing insurance," according to a top Health and Human Services official --- they just mean people are being invited to join an Obamacare exchange.
Federal officials filed a lawsuit Monday against the city of New York and a private contractor for a five-year long scheme that defrauded Medicaid's computerized billing system of tens of millions of dollars.
The top U.S. Army commander in Africa has quarantined himself and 10 other soldiers who returned to an Italian Army base after building treatment facilities in Ebola-affected countries.
The Obama administration will announce on Monday afternoon new monitoring guidelines for health workers returning to the U.S. after treating patients in West Africa, while even deep-blue states are countering federal policy.
The number of physicians nationwide that are declining to accept health plans from Obamacare exchanges is growing, according to a study from the American Action Forum.
Minnesota state officials initially claimed that their Obamacare exchange's premiums were going up just 4.5 percent on average, but a more accurate estimate is an almost 12 percent rate hike.
New York and New Jersey will now quarantine medical workers returning from Ebola-stricken countries, while the Obama administration is considering making it a nationwide policy.
Dallas nurse Nina Pham, the first American to contract Ebola in the U.S., was discharged from the National Institutes of Health hospital in Bethesda this morning with no sign of the virus left in her system.
Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for the Ebola virus on Thursday evening, making him the first diagnosed case in New York City.
New Hampshire Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen was just trying to take the focus off her own vote for Obamacare during Thursday night's debate, but she ended up inadvertently providing a talking point against every Senate Democrat running for reelection in November.