In Tennessee, Promoting Enrollment in Tenuous Health Care Plans

Counselors are starting earlier than usual to encourage enrollment in Obamacare, even as the Trump administration works against them.

Programs That Fight Teenage Pregnancy Are at Risk of Being Cut

By PAM BELLUCK August 10, 2017 ANDERSON, S.C. — At age 14, Latavia Burton knows something about teenage pregnancy. Her mother gave birth to her at 18 and couldn’t attend college because of it. And Latavia’s former best friend became...

Senate Leaders Try to Appease Members as Support for Health Bill Slips

With criticism mounting over their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, top Republicans are cutting deals and cajoling members to get to 50 votes.

5 Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter in Flint Water Crisis

By SCOTT ATKINSON and MONICA DAVEY June 14, 2017 FLINT, Mich. — By the time Robert Skidmore, an 85-year-old former auto industry worker, died in late 2015, officials had seen signs for months that Flint was wrestling with outbreaks of...