The documentary who killed the Electric Car? accused General Motors of conspiring with the oil industry and politicians to shelve its popular and promising EV1 in the 1990s
As Democrats on the campaign trail do their best to drum up support for health care reform by touting the benefits that take effect this year, it’s easy to forget that the full thrust of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act doesn’t kick in until 2014. But by then, a few major players in the health care industry might have already experienced a real downside of the massive overhaul, so much so that they may no longer exist
In the nearly 10 months since the Democrats’ health care bill became law, bureaucrats have been feverishly writing new regulations, and the first wave of reform has arrived.
Like a lot of people, Anna Owens began using MySpace more than four years ago to keep in touch with friends who weren’t in college.
There were tears, fears and lots of shouting Wednesday when Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland held a town hall meeting on health care at Hagerstown Community College in his home state
A ruling by a panel of Aruban judges on Wednesday could mean trouble for the prosecution in the case of an American teenager’s disappearance in Aruba.
The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee unveiled a summary of his long-awaited health care reform bill Wednesday, setting the stage for a legislative showdown on President Obama’s top domestic priority.