Fears of hacking and campaign interference have simmered throughout France’s high-stakes, closely watched campaign.
The President is feeling confident he’s improved his game on health care after Trumpcare made it through the first round in the house.
Millions of Americans with pre-existing conditions are likely wondering what impact this legislation would have on them.
The bill makes three key changes regarding pre-existing conditions, Medicaid, and benefits.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus our guests will discuss the issues in creating a new federal budget and tax reform plans.
House Republicans barely get the American Healthcare Act passed, but it has an uphill battle in the Senate.
The government would no longer reimburse about half of whatever Massachusetts spends on MassHealth.
The bill now heads for the Senate, where it is expected to change, and the plan leaves many important coverage decisions up to the states.
The White House and Republican leaders in the House had slowly cobbled together enough support for the legislation.
A chain link fence has been on parts of the Mexican border for years, with no help from President Donald Trump.
Some immigrant enclaves have canceled Cinco de Mayo celebrations over fears that party-goers could be exposed to possible deportation.
After President Trump vowed to replace Obamacare, the House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly passed the President’s plan.
Republicans are moving forward, but without an answer on how many people would be covered by the bill – and at what price.
Finding a way to get rid of nuclear waste is a problem congress is running into and the Hanford site is looking at ways to make it useful.
Beaten but unbowed, Democrats insisted Republicans will pay at election time for repealing major provisions of the law.
Baker said he’ll continue to urge Congress to reject the bill in its current form as it moves to the Senate.
Sheriff Thomas Hodgson violated the state’s public records law, will be sued by The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice…
President Trump signed an executive order aimed at easing an IRS rule limiting political activity for religious organizations.
The Massachusetts House plans next week to take up legislation mandating accommodations for pregnant women on the job.
Republican lawmakers in the House believe they have enough votes to pass their health care legislation.