Millions of people enrolled in President Barack Obama's signature Affordable Care Act. But the future of that health care legislation under President Donald Trump and a Republican-led Congress is unclear.
Health Care In America
Can The Health Care System Do More To Help Victims of Sex Trafficking?
UNICEF says sex trafficking is the second largest criminal industry in the world. This health care program is trying to identify and help victims.
New Medicare Rule Opens Up Gene Therapy Access For Recipients
Medicare will increase hospital payments for 2019 in hopes of improving patient access to price and health information and new cancer treatments.
Trump's Short-Term Health Insurance Chips Away At Obamacare
Health care groups and patient advocates say the new plans will end up costing consumers more and will do more damage to the already shaky markets.
Experts Warn of Growing Dangers to Expectant U.S. Mothers
Women in rural communities are less likely to get the maternal health care they need while pregnant.
Group Brings Health Care To The Streets For Those Battling Addiction
The Corner Project is hoping to make a difference in its community by providing health care services to those who are battling addiction.
Members Of Congress Look To Change Suicide Hotline Number
Members of Congress say they can help more people if they change the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
DOJ Charges 601 People In Major Health Care Fraud Takedown
On Thursday, the DOJ announced charges against 601 individuals, including 165 doctors and other licensed medical professionals.
Women With Chronic Illness Are Becoming Their Own Advocates
More than 100 million people have at least one chronic health condition, and young women are hit particularly hard.
It'll Soon Be Easier For Small Businesses To Get Group Health Care
The Labor Department released a new rule that expands the way small businesses and individuals can band together to buy health insurance.
This GOP Senator Is Hoping To Tackle Health Care Again
Sen. Bill Cassidy, who was central to the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare in 2017, has a new list of ideas to reform health care again.
Judge Orders Maine To Start Process Of Expanding Medicaid
Voters in Maine approved a Medicaid expansion in November, but the state hasn't really taken any steps to make that happen.
Up For Debate: Is Big Pharma To Blame For High Health Care Costs?
Newsy partners with Intelligence Squared U.S. to restore critical thinking. In this debate: Should we blame big pharma for high health care costs?
With Google's Help, Fitbit Is Making Moves Into Health Care
Fitbit and Google want to make it easier for doctors and patients to monitor health records and data.
How President Trump's Health Proposal Differs From Obamacare
The Trump administration's health care proposal is meant to help bridge a temporary gap in coverage.
President Trump Is Following Through On A Health Care Promise
The Trump administration's proposed changes to health care policy would focus on expanding lower-cost and short-term options.
Obamacare Numbers Remain Strong Despite Shorter Enrollment Window
Signups slipped 3.7 percent, but some expected them to plummet.
India's Government Plans To Give Millions Of People Free Health Care
Under the initiative, the Indian government would cover about $7,800 in annual health care costs for 100 million poor families.
3 Major Companies Team Up To Improve Employee Health Care
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase announced the new partnership Tuesday.
Balancing Act: When 3 Programs Use Two-Thirds Of The US' Budget
The federal budget breaks down into two major categories: mandatory and discretionary spending.
CHIP Debate Continues As States Say They're Running Out Of Funds
The Children's Health Insurance Program was supposed to be funded until March, but many states say they're already running low on money.
Want To Fix America's Health Care Costs? Fix Everything Else First
Research shows investing in social services could lead to lower health care costs.
Medicaid Crackdown Could Worsen States' Opioid Addiction Problem
Critics say adding work requirements to Medicaid could worsen the opioid epidemic, but Republicans are promising no one will fall through the cracks.
Senate's Passed Tax Bill Would Nullify Obamacare's Individual Mandate
The bill passed in the Senate 51-49.
Senate Republicans Will Tack Individual Mandate Repeal Onto Tax Bill
Repealing the mandate would free up more than $300 billion of revenue over the next decade to balance out the GOP's plan to cut taxes.
A Brief Explainer On Obamacare Enrollment For 2018
Open enrollment for Obamacare 2018 plans began Nov. 1. For most states, the last day to sign up is Dec. 15.
How Lower Immigration Could Impact Baby Boomers
It has to do with the home health industry — the fifth-fastest growing in the country.
Some Americans Are Super Confused About The Status Of Obamacare
A new poll says 1 in 4 registered voters surveyed thought Obamacare had been partially repealed.
Schumer Says The Bipartisan Health Care Deal Has The Votes To Pass
Sen. Chuck Schumer told NBC's "Meet the Press" they have more than enough support for the deal.
That Bipartisan Health Care Deal Isn't Getting Much Bipartisan Support
Democrats seem to be on board with the Alexander-Murray deal, but many Republicans aren't expressing similar enthusiasm.
Bipartisan Deal: Pay Obamacare Subsidies, Lower State Requirements
The deal would extend key Obamacare subsidies in exchange for allowing states more flexibility in the market.
Trump's Health Insurance Actions Could End In A 'Death Spiral'
Trump's actions to modify the Obamacare insurance marketplace could result in higher prices and fewer insurers.
Trump Administration To End Critical Obamacare Subsidies To Insurers
The Trump administration is scrapping a critical set of Obamacare subsidies that help lower-income Americans pay for health care.
Trump's New Executive Order Aims To Expand Health Care Options
Trump called the executive order a first step "to providing millions of Americans with Obamacare relief."
CDC: Many New Cancer Cases Related To Obesity
The CDC says obesity-related cancers accounted for 40 percent of new cancer cases in the U.S. in 2014.
Reports: Senate Will Not Vote On Obamacare Repeal Bill
The bill's fate was sealed when two more senators joined John McCain and Rand Paul in opposing the latest repeal effort.
Collins Is A 'No' On Graham-Cassidy, Effectively Killing The Bill
Susan Collins is the third Republican senator to oppose the bill, leaving it just shy of the 50 votes it needs.
Revisions Made To GOP Health Care Bill To Target Key Votes
A revised version of the Graham-Cassidy plan would give more federal funds to the states of key Senate holdouts, like Sen. John McCain of Arizona.
John McCain Says He Won't Vote For Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill
The Graham-Cassidy health care bill seems to be in jeopardy as another Republican senator comes out against the legislation.
Here's A Glimpse At The Latest GOP Health Care Bill, Graham-Cassidy
The bill would end the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion and institute a per-person spending cap for the program.
The GOP Has Another Shot To Repeal Obamacare, And It's Coming Up Soon
The deadline to pass the bill in the Senate with only GOP support is the end of this month.
'Medicare For All' Has Some Big-Name Backers — And Democratic Skeptics
Bernie Sanders' bill has a long way to go before it becomes law.
Bernie Sanders' 'Medicare For All' Health Care Plan, Explained
Also known as single-payer health care, the plan would expand the safety net for people over 65 to all Americans.
Trump Plans New Health Care Push — Because Congress Isn't Busy Enough
And the Senate will have less than a month to get it done.
Democratic 'Rising Star' Harris Will Back Sanders' Health Care Bill
Sen. Kamala Harris' support could help give the bill some steam.
The Entire US Will Have Obamacare Coverage In 2018 But It May Not Last
Every county in the U.S. will likely have a health insurer through the federal marketplace in 2018 after the last county without it got coverage.
Trump Won't Kill The Obamacare Subsidies — For Now
The White House will keep funding the cost-sharing reduction subsidies that help support the Obamacare insurance markets — at least for another month.
CBO Says Cutting Obamacare Subsidies Could Get Pricey
Trump's threat to end some insurance subsidies could raise premiums and cost the federal government more money.
Trump Promises State Of Emergency On Opioid Crisis
President Trump told reporters he's drafting an emergency declaration to deal with the national opioid overdose epidemic.
Uncertainty Pushes Major Insurer To Leave An Entire State's Exchange
Anthem just announced it will back out of Nevada's Obamacare exchange for 2018.
Trump Can't Repeal Obamacare Alone, But He May Be Able To 'Implode' It
President Donald Trump is threatening to end what he called "bailouts" for health insurers and Congress.