The archive of all headlines from October 13, 2017, organized by time of publication.
President Trump issued an executive order to allow the sale of health insurance plans that are exempt from some Affordable Care Act coverage rules.With the order, the president is making good on his promise to go it alone after Congress failed to repeal the health law.
President Trump is expected to scrap critical health insurance subsidies on Friday, a day after he signed an executive order undermining the Affordable Care Act.Without the subsidies, insurance markets could quickly unravel.
Payments to health insurance companies that help pay out-of-pocket costs of low-income people will be cut, while sales of cheaper policies with fewer benefits and fewer protections for consumers will be permitted.A backlash against President Trump — including from fellow Republicans — was brewing as lawmakers voiced concern over how ending the subsidies would affect their constituents.
When Stephen Paddock opened fired on an outdoor country music festival, affixed to at least one of his semiautomatic rifles was a “bump stock” device. This transferred the energy of the gun’s recoil to make it behave like it was fully automatic. Now, the manufacturer of the device, Texas-based…
Time and again, the record shows, Brother Edward “Chris” Courtney was accused of child sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic schools where he taught, and the church responded by moving him to another jurisdiction. That makes his case similar to those of hundreds of other priests and brothers who committed…
President Trump announced new restrictions on Iran, calling it «a terrorist nation like few others," but he stopped short of scrapping the landmark nuclear deal that was the Obama administration's signature foreign policy achievement. CALIFORNIA