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Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway address the press on the nation's opioid crisis.
President Trump tweeted, joining the conversation amid new revelations regarding last summer’s now –infamous tarmac meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton at the height of the Clinton email investigation.
President Trump on Tuesday drew attention to the country’s opioid crisis, calling it a “tremendous problem in our country” ahead of a meeting with top administration officials on the issue.
It was supposed to be one of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ most prolific wins. For years, the former Alabama senator had railed against the marijuana industry.
Former President Obama's signature policy achievement, the Affordable Care Act, took another hit Monday when Anthem health care decided to abandon the health care exchange market in Nevada.
A state lawmaker is planning a review of hundreds of crimes in Utah, and whether they should carry the penalty of jail time.
President Trump is taking a new approach to so-called “fake news” -- using Facebook to post positive news about his administration amid outcries about state-run television and him running a propaganda machine.
Several scientists who helped author a report on climate change are calling out the New York Times for inaccurately claiming their findings are not public.
As President Donald Trump spends much of August at his New Jersey golf club, Democratic lawmakers are making a new push for information about how much money the federal government is spending at his for-profit properties.
When retired U.S. Marine Corps Gen. John Kelly was sworn in as White House chief of staff last week, he took command of a Trump administration that now has more military men in top spots than any since Eisenhower's.
Anthem, one of the largest health insurers in the U.S., announced this week that it will not offer plans through the Affordable Care Act’s insurance marketplace in Nevada next year.
Shuttling across the country aboard Air Force Two, Vice President Mike Pence has been a loyal messenger for President Donald Trump. At the same time, he has been carving out his own political identity as the steady understudy to a mercurial president.
A Democratic congressman is taking heat from Sarah Palin and other conservatives for a painting in his California district office in which the Statue of Liberty is depicted as a Muslim woman.
In just a few weeks, Alabamans will head to the voting booth and come one step closer to electing a new senator.
Minuteman Health of Massachusetts and New Hampshire announced in June it was planning to exit the Obamacare exchanges next year, but now the co-op is being placedin state receivership due to a lack of capital.
A 70-year-old New York veteran spent months fighting to get his guns back after being wrongfully targeted for confiscation after a bureaucratic screw-up labeled him mentally ill.
Philadelphia's tax on sugary drinks has made soda more expensive than beer in the city.
Google fired an employee Monday who wrote an internal memo critical of the company's diversity policy.
White House officials have been urging President Trump to double down on the platform that got him elected into the nation’s highest office, while he tries to re-energize his staunchest allies.