The White House is rushing to organize a Sunday memorial service for victims of the Navy Yard shooting, leaving top defense officials worried that it will not properly honor the 12 people shot dead on Monday.
With less than two weeks to go until the open enrollment period for the Obamacare health exchanges begins, the government’s software still cannot display reliable insurance quotes for consumers, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The health care market in the United States needs greater competition and antitrust enforcement to keep prices from rising further, experts said at a congressional hearing Thursday, although they disagreed on the extent to which Obamacare will help or hurt competition.
Congressional Republicans called for the defunding of a program to subsidize vehicles powered by alternative fuels following new announcements of large taxpayer losses from loans made through the program.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is touting its new lunch standards in a promotional video, claiming the program is “proving to be popular.”
President Obama laughed Tuesday when asked if Iran trying to weaponize a nuclear weapon is the U.S. red line, according to an interview transcript prepared by Telemundo.
A conservative watchdog group is suing the Justice Department to get records surrounding Attorney General Eric Holder’s contempt citation for his role in the ‘Fast and Furious’ scandal.
President Barack Obama announced Tuesday his appointment of Time magazine managing editor Richard Stengel to the office of under secretary for public diplomacy and public affairs.
Obamacare’s subsidies may not reach the level the law intended, which could discourage many young people from buying health insurance, according to a study released Monday by the National Center for Public Policy Research.