healthcare

24 million more people would lose coverage by 2026, while the federal deficit would decrease by $337 billion.

Plus, by 2018, 14 million less people will have insurance under GOP Healthcare bill and website sells "Drunk Lives Matter" St. Patrick's Day t-shirt online.

Mike Stahl is the Senior Vice President of Health Markets, a free service that helps individuals and families find affordable health insurance. He talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the advocacy group #OurCare and how easy it is to build your own bill. “As you know we stand at the cusp of another change in healthcare. […]

Social media was in a frenzy on Wednesday after news spread that President-elect Donald Trump was selected as TIME’s “Person of the Year."

Mike Pence may be against Planned Parenthood, but 12.5% of their donations since the election have been made in his name.

The FBI has launched a civil rights probe in relation to the incident.

  Open enrollment is back again. What do people need to know?  We do talk about it every year because it is really important. This is the one time of year when people are able to make changes to their healthcare coverage and more. If you are covered through Medicare, the open enrollment period started […]

On Monday, hundreds of people representing educators, civil rights and voting rights groups, labor, and environmental activists gathered at 30 state capitals across the country to demand change during the "Higher Ground Moral Day of Action" demonstrations.

As loved ones and fans of Muhammad Ali gather to say their final goodbyes during a memorial service in Louisville, Kentucky, on Friday, several television networks will deliver live coverage of the ceremony. TV One, BET, and Bounce TV have announced they all will air Ali’s memorial.

Federal officials say that certain people will be granted an extension to finish their applications if they're stalled in the enrollment process.

The amount of people is expected to surge when the third open enrollment period for Obamacare kicks off.

A shocking report reveals three tenths of Atlanta residents have been diagnosed with full-blown AIDS. In 2013, Grady Hospital began testing all emergency room patient…