“If the president ... did away with that funding, I have no idea how we’d survive in the winter,” says a Maine diabetic who is on disability after losing part of a foot to infection.
Congress remains gridlocked on the issue, despite President Trump’s demand for substantial changes by March 5.
Student David Hogg lambasts lawmakers' "thoughts and prayers" and reliance on "ideas" over legislation that could help save lives.
In an ominous sign, Senate leaders began trading blame Thursday as prospects seemed to grow that the chamber’s long-awaited debate on the hot-button issue would end in stalemate.
The president's plan would slash or completely eliminate core anti-poverty programs that form the heart of the U.S. social safety net.
Lawmakers want to know why Porter was allowed to continue as White House staff secretary despite being accused of spousal abuse.
A report by Claire McCaskill sheds light on the opioid industry’s ability to shape public opinion and raises questions about drug companies' roles in the overdose epidemic.
The president suggests that his proposal—aimed at spurring $1.5 trillion in spending over a decade—is not as important to him as administration efforts to cut taxes and boost military spending.
The president's plan, which slashes domestic agencies further than last year’s proposal, will land in Congress three days after he signed a two-year budget that wholly rewrites both plans.