The archive of all headlines from June 25, 2015, organized by time of publication.
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether the health insurance subsidies that are part of the Affordable Care Act are legal. In more than 30 states, the subsidies have helped millions pay their premiums and drawn large numbers of young Americans into the insurance markets.
At a hearing today, the agency will present a plan calling for 3 large projects in the San Fernando Valley that would collect rainfall, then feed it into the city's primary underground water source.Amid drought, mayor directs L.A. to cut water use 20% by 2017
The Supreme Court will rule within days on the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance subsidies. The subsidies appear to have drawn young people into the insurance markets, but critics say they have not held down costs.
At a hearing today, the agency will present a plan calling for 3 large projects in the San Fernando Valley that would collect rainfall, then feed it into the city's primary underground water source.Water conservation amid drought: Who made the grade?
In a major victory for President Obama, the Supreme Court upholds the broad reach of his healthcare law, ruling the government may continue to provide tax subsidies for low- and middle-income people who buy insurance nationwide. Supreme Court Hears Case Challenging Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act
Affirming a key element of President Obama’s signature legislative achievement, the Supreme Court ruled that the health care law may provide nationwide tax subsidies to help poor and middle-class people buy insurance.
While one can conceptualize the loss of life and destruction resulting from present-day wars, it is impossible to fully comprehend the devastation which might result from a Third World War, using “new technologies” and advanced weapons, until it occurs and becomes a reality.