Health Care

Hackers are unleashing a wave of data-scrambling extortion attempts as COVID-19 cases surge nationwide, the agency said.
President Donald Trump has continuously touted his plan to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act. He has yet to put forth any legitimate legislation to take its place, despite his repeated attacks to repeal “Obamacare.”
The former president's 768-page memoir, "A Promised Land," is slated for release in November.
The policies he's proposed and pursued don't live up to his vows of "brand new, beautiful health care."
A photo shows Lesley Stahl holding a giant book the press secretary claimed held "just a small part" of Donald Trump's health care accomplishments.
This election, voters will decide between Biden's plan to expand health coverage and Trump's crusade to take it away.
The popularity of the law seems to be forcing Republicans to undergo rhetorical contortions about efforts to invalidate it.
The Senate, led by Trump’s Republican allies, is pushing Barrett’s nomination to a quick vote before Nov. 3.
Trump yelled. Pence evaded. Neither actually answered tough questions about their records.