Trump's plan to lower drug prices in the U.S. is "fair to all players" in the health-care industry, GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy argues.
A sit-down between President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron followed by a joint news conference highlight the business portion of the French leader's second day in Washington.
Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana proposed a bill on Tuesday that would end U.S. postal subsidies of shipments coming into the country.
Democrats now realize Republicans are serious about border security, Cassidy said, and Republicans are willing to address DACA.
Bill Cassidy of Louisiana is drawing a distinction between sexual assault accusations against the liberal Franken and conservative Roy Moore.
Trump has bad-mouthed Obamacare for years, but has been unable to win its repeal and replacement from Congress.
The bill would restore billions of dollars in payments to Obamacare insurers, many of whom hiked prices to anticipate the payments ending.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus urged supporters to make universal health care a reality in a tweet announcing she had been diagnosed with the disease.
Trump urges Mitch McConnell — again — to get rid of the Senate filibuster rule.
Hopes to repeal Obamacare this year rest on a simple Republican argument: States will do it better than Washington.
McCain's opposition dealt the bill's chances a significant blow.
President Donald Trump on Friday railed at Republicans who oppose the latest attempt by lawmakers to repeal Obamacare.
Murkowski is one of the three Republican senators who sank the last Republican effort to repeal Obamacare.
Jimmy Kimmel once again devoted the monologue of his show to an extraordinary rant against the GOP health-care bill, Newsweek reports.
Republican senators' health care bill could be a few votes from passing, Vox reports.
Republicans need 22 more votes from among the 24 GOP senators representing states that would get less money under the latest Obamacare repeal bill.
A slew of health-care groups have announced their opposition to the Graham-Cassidy repeal-and-replace bill.
A group of 16 patient and provider groups, as well as the AARP are also opposed to the bill, which faces a Sept. 30 deadline for passage.
If McCain does back the bill, GOP leaders may need to swing just two other Republican senators to pass the legislation.
The Graham-Cassidy bill needs to be passed by Sept. 30 if it is to become law.