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  • Carson launches 2016 exploratory committee

    Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has created an exploratory committee to run for president, becoming the first high-profile Republican candidate to formally enter the 2016 presidential contest. Carson, the only African-American expected to enter the race,...
  • High-stakes clash at high court over health law subsidies

    Insurance coverage for millions of people is riding on the latest politically charged Supreme Court clash over President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. The case being argued Wednesday focuses on who's eligible for federal tax subsidies intended...
  • AP EXPLAINS: Supreme Court case against Obama's health law

    The U.S. Supreme Court this week hears a challenge to President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. If successful, the lawsuit would cripple Obama's prized domestic achievement, a program that has brought the U.S. as close as it has ever come to...
  • GOP: Our plans would help people losing health subsidies

    Congressional Republicans sent a message Monday that they hope the Supreme Court and voters will hear: They have ideas to keep the country's health care system from crumbling if the justices obliterate a bedrock feature of President Barack Obama's heath...
  • Pamela Yip: Health insurance tax credit trimming refunds

    H&R Block has released some telling statistics on how the Affordable Care Act has affected income tax refunds. The tax preparation giant said 52 percent of consumers who bought health insurance through a federally or state-operated insurance exchange are...
  • Legislators Grappling With Fast-Changing Health Care Landscape

    Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano speaks fondly of the days when his dad was a primary care doctor in independent practice, running his patients' lab tests and performing mammograms in his office to make sure they got done. "I think that era is going to...
  • Homeland Security not the only area of Congress' dysfunction

    Congress' dysfunction isn't limited to the struggle to keep a Cabinet department running without interruption. Lawmakers couldn't finish their work last year and it's showing now. The leftover business could prove even more divisive than the dispute over...
  • W.Va. farmers face March 15 deadline to buy crop insurance

    A deadline is approaching for West Virginia farmers to buy insurance for crops planted in the spring. March 15 is the closing date to either buy crop insurance or change an existing policy. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Risk Management Agency...
  • Young family struggles on one paycheck

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. The gut-wrenching financial crisis of 2008 and the Great Recession remain fresh memories for Seattle-area couple Meg and Jesse Dutcher. Meg Dutcher, 30, and Jesse Dutcher, 33, married in 2005, one of the go-go years, and they both...
  • GOP senators pledge help if court bars health law subsidies

    Three leading Republican senators are promising to help millions of people who may lose federal health insurance subsidies if the Supreme Court invalidates a pillar of President Barack Obama's health care law. But in a Washington Post opinion article...
  • New brace, new lease on life for wounded service members

    New brace, new lease on life for wounded service members
    Doctors gave Army Sgt. Jacob Richardson a difficult choice after a gunshot to the thigh while on patrol in Iraq in September 2010 shattered his femur and frayed the surrounding nerves and tissue. They could amputate and outfit him with a high-tech...