HealthCare.gov has ongoing security frailties that put users' sensitive personal information at risk, a government watchdog is set to tell Congress this week.
The House on Tuesday approved legislation long sought by large insurance companies that would give the Federal Reserve more flexibility in regulating such firms.
Some officials in Richmond, Calif., are pushing a novel use of eminent domain to purchase the mortgages of underwater homeowners, but not the homes, to reduce debt burdens.
Some insurance plans available through the Affordable Care Act are breaking rules aimed at ensuring federal funds aren't used to cover most abortions, according to a federal report.
Unveiling an energy plan, Gov. Bobby Jindal is moving early to stake a claim as a leading policy thinker in the field of potential GOP presidential candidates.
The U.S. military will deploy about 3,000 personnel to West Africa to coordinate global aid, build treatment centers and train health-care workers to fight a worsening Ebola outbreak, a senior administration official said.
Thousands of people have legally barred themselves from casinos and then wound up facing criminal charges when they returned to gamble again.
The U.S. consumer-finance regulator is preparing to launch in-depth reviews of about 40 large auto lenders to determine whether the firms are following federal consumer-protection laws.
A gauge of U.S. inflation was unchanged in August, a sign that price pressures remain tame amid subdued economic growth.
Tens of thousands of people are likely to lose their health insurance at the end of this month because they missed a deadline to confirm they are legally residing in the U.S., the Obama administration said.
U.S. efforts to build a broad coalition to combat Islamic State ran into the sectarian chasm that has divided the Middle East, with Arab allies disagreeing over whether Iraq's neighbors should have a military role.
President Obama's decision to go on the offensive against Islamic State fighters has risks: The terror group could use it as a recruiting tool, other groups could act and U.S. resolve could cool, Gerald F. Seib writes.
The number of uninsured in America dropped by 3.8 million in early 2014, new federal figures show, in the first government analysis of how the Affordable Care Act has changed coverage rates.
Body [ Edit ] Southern California fire officials say a wildfire that prompted evacuations over the weekend in the Cleveland National Forest was started by the sun reflecting off two-foot-tall sheet metal fencing that edged a homeowner’s vegetable...
Nearly 70 years after the U.S. tested an atomic bomb in the New Mexico desert, federal researchers are set to study whether some residents developed cancer due to the blast.
Republican candidates in states where voters will decide on boosting the minimum wage say they favor those pay-increase measures even as they oppose raising the federal wage floor.