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"You're going to have to get some gray hair," Obama told young Iman Crosson, a You Tube celebrity known as Alphacat.
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Cruz says the tea party-inspired elections of 2010 were the only recent campaign when conservatives offered a clear contrast with Democrats.
A proposal that would require the governor to get legislative approval for any potential deal to expand Medicaid in Tennessee has passed the Senate.
A jury has convicted the heads of a former Alameda County agency accused of misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funds to help low-income residents, youth and parolees.
Drug shortages have more than doubled since 2007, causing some health providers to ration services or rely on alternative treatments Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY.
Abortion providers announced Wednesday that they have sued the state of Arizona to try to block new state rules limiting the use of the most common abortion-inducing drugs.
Joseph Califano Jr., 82, a domestic policy adviser for LBJ, talks on USA TODAY's Capital Download about the battle 50 years ago to pass the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 and about lessons today for President Obama.
The Department of Health and Human Services will allow people to buy insurance policies that don't meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act for another year, if their states' insurance regulators allow them to renew their policies this year, White House officials announced Wednesday.
The investigative arm of Congress on Wednesday agreed to look into problems with state health exchange websites around the country.
The decision helps defuse a political problem for Democrats in tough re-election battles this fall, especially for senators who in 2010 stood with President Barack Obama and voted to pass his health overhaul .
Abortion providers are suing Arizona to try to block new abortion rules limiting the use of the most common abortion-inducing drugs.
Fighting back an effort to allow the use of e-cigarettes in bars, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a measure extending a strict tobacco ban to the electronic devices because of chemicals linked to the product.
Lawyers sparred Tuesday in Ohio over whether a Libertarian gubernatorial candidate was qualified for the May ballot, a dispute whose outcome could affect Republican Gov. John Kasich's re-election bid.
President Barack Obama tried to have it both ways Tuesday with an election-year budget that paid faint lip service to reducing federal deficits, then piled on about $1 trillion in tax increases and hundreds of billions in higher spending designed to appeal to economically squeezed voters rather than congressional foes of red ink.
Arkansas' first-in-the-nation plan that uses Medicaid funds to buy private insurance for the poor survived an effort to defund it Tuesday, as lawmakers gave final approval to continue a program that has extended health coverage to nearly 94,000 people.
Insurance coverage for maternity care is required in most individual and small group plans under the federal health law, extending such coverage to plans where it used to be rare.