The Spanish-language network has embarked on a company-wide initiative — through news and special programming — to get Latinos to sign up for health insurance. “[The law] has an outsized impact on our audience because of the statistics on uninsured Latinos,” said program director Stephen Keppel.
A reversal of Planned Parenthood’s challenge to the restrictions passed last year.
A case that advocates thought was done could see another day in court.
“When we pass this you’re going to see a different perspective,” Biden said. “Respect is a two-way street and this issue is central to our foreign policy.”
Going to hurt his farmer cred.
“We further found no evidence that anyone in the governor’s office, besides Bridget Kelly, knew of this idea in advance, played any role in the decision, or the implementation of it,” Christie’s lawyer said Thursday.
Bonus: The email Clinton sent was to outer space.
Immigration, religious freedom exemptions, Syria, and Ukraine were discussed. “I’m a great admirer,” Obama says.
With the Hobby Lobby case in front of the Supreme Court, Republicans debate whether they should move legislatively. “I don’t think there is any reason to wait to see what the Supreme Court is going to do. We write the laws not the Supreme Court,” said Rep. Michele Bachmann.
State Sen. Leland Yee, who fought for gun control in California, was arrested Wednesday for alleged conspiracy to illegally import firearms.
San Francisco Democrat Sen. Leland Yee was arrested and charged Wednesday with conspiracy to traffic in firearms and scheme to defraud citizens of honest service. He is the third California senator to face charges this year.
In audio obtained by BuzzFeed, Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy spoke at the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association’s annual meeting last week about an alternative health care plan with catastrophic insurance and HSA plans for the uninsured.
How the U.S. Supreme Court rules in the Hobby Lobby religious freedom case will likely impact the next stage of the debate over state-level religious protection laws like the one recently vetoed in Arizona.
Last year, the Senate majority leader’s campaign purchased nearly $17,000 in “holiday gifts” for supporters and staffers from his granddaughter’s jewelry business. The FEC has inquired about the expenditure. It’s unclear when her business website was last online: The site is no longer online and appears to have last been updated in 2012.
“It cannot be said the employer’s scholarship players are ‘primarily students,’” the ruling said. Northwestern University will appeal.
Amazing America is premiering April 3 on the Sportsman Channel.
Patrick Cannon allegedly took over $48,000 in bribes from undercover FBI agents. Details on what exactly the mysterious feminine hygiene product did remain unknown.
With a trial court ruling on hold, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says that the same-sex couples who married over the weekend have legal marriages but that the state will not recognize them currently.
Bipartisan legislation being introduced Wednesday would implement new training and oversight rules over the troubled U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency.
Twenty-five years ago his job was to destroy the Clintons. Now David Brock, the onetime political hit man who returned to Arkansas for the first time on Tuesday, is the de facto spokesman for Hillary’s potential presidential campaign.
As firefighters battled the blaze at a Houston apartment complex, someone in a nearby building caught footage of a construction worker caught in the blaze. A close call.
The Hobby Lobby case has raised all sorts of explosive claims. What questions are the justices actually considering? Here’s what you need to know.
“We GRANT Michigan’s motion to stay the district court’s order pending final disposition of Michigan’s appeal by this court.”
“The denial is an affront not only to this journalist, but to the entire White House press corps and to the principle of freedom of the press that we hold so dear,” said Steve Thomma, president of the White House Correspondents Association.
“Guys. Guys. Just was at rite aid with mitt romney.”
Ronan Farrow’s “Battle of the Day” poll was about whether a group of guys who parachuted off Freedom Tower in New York were “heroes” or “zeroes.” But the text on the screen looked pretty bad.
“Yet we have to go and condemn the Russians, of course, when no one lost their life in an attempt to make sure the people of Crimea had a right to control their destiny and their own self-determination,” California Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher said. Rohrabacher was speaking at the mark-up of H.R. 4278, the Ukraine Support Act.
Former New York deputy mayor: “I guess I am now too.” Obama was responding to a question about whether Mitt Romney was right about Russia.