The House's ruling Republicans jammed through a GOP-written budget blueprint for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1, by a 219-205 vote on Apr. 10.
The voting record of Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte has drawn the ire of New Hampshire retirees.
The movement to hold California-based Prime Healthcare Services accountable grows.
Cancer patients are twice as likely to file for bankruptcy as people without cancer, a study in Washington State has found.
President Obama is expected to make a case against the budget-slashing sequester scheduled for March 1.
House Republicans have not changed their ransom demands. They've simply chosen a different hostage. For now.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka warns that "the right-wing bullies in Congress are plotting to take their next hostage."
With less than two weeks until the Bush tax cuts die and harsh automatic cuts to the human safety net kick in, the GOP insists Democrats agree to cuts in Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
"We cannot cut our way to job creation," the Rev. Broadnax told labor and community allies here as they held a press conference out-side of the Delmar-Loop Social Security office.
The Republican plan to raise the eligibility age of Medicare would raise health care costs for seniors, hurt the economy, and put pressure on older Americans.