Topic: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Far from being a drag on the economy, so-called gray labor will be key to America's competitiveness in coming years. Mature workers can bring major productivity gains to US businesses – if we can make changes to better tap their talent.
02/14/2011 02:47 pm
As Republicans move to vote Wednesday to undo Obama's health-care reform bill, Democrats are posing a question to new House members: What would repeal mean to their constituents?
01/18/2011 09:35 pm
Nikki Haley being sworn-in as SC governor means several firsts for South Carolina. But for the Nikki Haley inaugural organizers, Mother Nature has added her own, unexpected twist.
01/12/2011 09:30 am
Health care mandate, if defeated, could lead to a more popular way to fund health care.
01/07/2011 07:13 am
Some parts of health care reform are already phasing in. Here nine key provisions that take effect Jan. 1.
12/31/2010 03:03 pm
Health insurance in Ohio expands to include more poor children. HHS awards $12.4 million bonus.
12/27/2010 08:26 pm
Republicans plan an all-out assault on the new health-care reform law, which they see as the biggest symbol of over-reach by Democrats. President Obama's veto pen is the first defense.
11/15/2010 01:28 pm
Glenn Beck and the Republican Party scored big in the midterm elections by attacking progressive values – even, it seems, the very concept of the federal government. Now Americans may find out just how many features of 'big government' they actually value.
11/03/2010 12:08 pm
Federal strike force targets two South Florida companies that allegedly netted $83 million from Medicare fraud. Case is called the largest fraudulent billing scheme ever prosecuted by the strike force.
10/21/2010 09:13 pm
Challenges to the new health-care law have met with some sympathy in court. Twenty-one states argue it's unconstitutional to require individuals to buy health insurance, as the law requires. Here's a guide to the cases.
09/29/2010 03:38 pm