Hillary Clinton came out swinging in a tweet Friday, saying if Senate Republicans pass their current healthcare bill, they will become the “death party.”
The number of refugees who entered the U.S. during President Trump’s first three months compared to the last months of President Obama’s term was cut nearly in half, according to statistics released Friday by the Department of Homeland Security.
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday said that, contrary to some public perception, President Trump does in fact listen to opposing views.
Republican Rep. Steve Scalise has been released from the intensive care unit after being shot in the hip last week, according to a statement by MedStar Washington Hospital Center Friday.
Two of the U.S. Military’s E-4B planes — commonly called the “Doomsday Plane” — were damaged and knocked out of service recently in a tornado at Offutt Air Force Base, in Nebraska, according to two U.S. military officials.
Mainstream medical groups, from oncologists to pediatricians, are united in their opposition to the Republican health care plan.
Experts at the nonpartisan American Hospital Association crunch the numbers to see who could be the winners and the losers in the bill now under consideration by the Senate.