Ten years after the prescription drug program was passed, the once-controversial program is highly popular. Obamacare may follow a similar path, if politics don't get in the way.
More than 2 million African-Americans are being denied benefits because of states' decisions to forego federal aid, according to an HHS report.
A majority of Insiders says the Afghan War was worth fighting.
Despite the administration's pleas to avoid new sanctions and give the six-month deal a chance to work, many lawmakers are determined to move ahead.
Legal arguments before the Supreme Court and a lower court on Tuesday will put two pillars of President Obama's first-term air-quality agenda on trial.
Almost a year after the Newtown tragedy, something has changed. But it's not what many expected.
It's the holiday for Florida, Wisconsin, and the rest of us.
Washington is furious over the Afghan president's delaying the security pact, but an easy fix may be on the horizon: giving in.