President Donald Trump issued an ultimatum to Congress Thursday to vote on repealing and replacing The Affordable Care Act ---known as Obamacare --- or he will move on to other issues on his agenda.
President Donald Trump doubled down on a few of his controversial policies and outlined his agenda for Americans during his first joint address to a bitterly divided Congress Tuesday night.
According to President Donald Trump, a replacement for the Affordable Care Act may not come until 2018.
The 49ers quarterback donated his sneaker collection to orphanages and homeless shelters in the San Francisco Bay area.
Donald Trump's transition team is calling on Congress to fund the creation of a wall along the Mexican border as soon as April.
If Republicans move too quickly, it will not only cost taxpayers billions, but may also be politically disadvantageous for them.
Attorney General of California Kamala Harris, who became the second Black woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate, and former Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown are among leaders scheduled to serve in Congress in 2017.
President-elect Donald Trump seems to have already reversed course on a number of the promises he made on the campaign trail.
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One of the cheapest plans that falls under Obamacare increased by 25 percent.
During a campaign rally in Ohio, when asked how he felt about being labeled a sexist and racist, Donald Trump cut the interview short. He did the same thing the day before.
Despite the Obama administration’s mission to alleviate the health insurance market through the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare,” healthcare rates may rise up to nearly 35 percent in some parts of the U.S. for 2017.