The president’s order will also direct federal agencies to review policies, including waivers granted to states, that discourage participation in Medicaid, the public health insurance programme for poor and disabled people
Joe Biden picks California attorney-general Xavier Becerra to head health department, COVID response
If confirmed by the Senate, he will be the first Latino to head the department, under whose purview are drugs and vaccines, medical research and health insurance programmes
US president-elect Joe Biden vows 'to get right to work' even as Trump reiterates claims of election fraud
Election officials from both political parties have stated publicly that the election went well, and international observers have confirmed there were no serious irregularities
Since taking the oath of office in 2016, US president Donald Trump has faced the same hard truth that each of his White House predecessors learned: Governing is rarely easy
The rules would have allowed more employers in the US, including publicly traded companies, to opt out of providing no-cost birth control to women by claiming religious objections. Some private employers could also object on moral grounds.
US federal judge in Texas rules Obamacare unconstitutional; Donald Trump calls on Congress to pass new law
US District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled that 2017's tax cut bill knocked the constitutional foundation from under "Obamacare", by eliminating a penalty for not having coverage. The rest of the law cannot be separated from that provision and is therefore invalid, he wrote.
The healthcare market accounts for nearly 13 percent of Wipro’s IT sales and reform of the sector in the United State
Wipro sees strong demand for services from BFSI segment; faces challenges in domestic biz, US healthcare
Bengaluru-based Wipro said it expected revenue form its key IT services business for the quarter ending September to be in the range of $2.01 billion to $2.05 billion.
Donald Trump halts $10.4 billion in insurance payments under Obamacare; says federal court ruling prevents money distribution
Trump’s administration has used its regulatory powers to undermine Obamacare after the Republican-controlled Congress failed to repeal and replace the law.
Donald Trump signs 'Right to Try' bill for terminal patients to try unproven drugs; calls it 'fundamental freedom'
US President Donald Trump has signed legislation that would help people with deadly diseases try experimental treatments.
It's too early to say which model is the best. One also cannot be dogmatic. The first two years will bring to fore the pitfalls and good aspects of a model.
Getting state governments to buy into Modicare and execute it by August, 2018, will be a huge challenge, especially in a big election year.
Budget 2018: Jaitley's 'Modicare' health scheme music to the ears of 50 crore Indians, but it's too good to be real
Given there isn't a clear implementation plan, & looking at past performances of similar plans, Arun Jaitley's healthcare scheme seems too good to be real.
Important Supreme Court cases must be live-streamed to promote 'open justice' and negate substandard legal reportage
If the court allows live-streaming it would only enhance the "majesty of the law" instead of diminishing it by clinging on to secrecy.
Donald Trump announces 'Fake News' awards: US president should claim one for himself given how much he has fabricated
Donald Trump finally unveiled his much-touted 'Fake News' awards, naming media outlets like CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post in his top-10.
White House touts President Donald Trump's accomplishments, but how much credit does he really deserve?
On Friday, the White House released a fact sheet touting the accomplishments of President Donald Trump over his first year in office. The list was somewhat modestly entitled: President Donald J. Trump: Year One of Making America Great Again. But how much credit does Trump really deserve?
A look at remarks made Wednesday and earlier about the tax plan Trump will shortly sign into law.
US Senator John McCain set to miss vote on Republican tax bill due to illness; Donald Trump says he will come back if needed
John McCain will miss a key vote on the Republican tax bill because of a viral infection, further narrowing the already-thin margin of support for the plan.
Jubilant Democrats across America are declaring their big election victories in Virginia and New Jersey. It could mark the beginning of an anti-Trump surge.
Donald Trump is not a popular man.