President Trump could cut off funding for insurers' discounts to many health exchange customers by abandoning the executive branch's appeal of a 2014 lawsuit brought by House Republicans.
The president-elect has said he will ask lawmakers to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Or he can use regulations and the budget to dismantle the federal health law he calls "a disaster."
While Donald Trump campaigned for the presidency, he repeatedly said he would get rid of the Affordable Care Act. What will happen to Obamacare? Also, we monitor how financial markets are doing.
California and Washington passed stricter gun control measures, Nebraska and Oklahoma both passed measures backing the death penalty, and Colorado became the sixth state to legalize assisted suicide.
Investors who had been showing fear in recent weeks at the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency drove down equities, currencies and Treasurys as early election returns came in.
The manufacturer is suspected of giving as much as $3 million in secret to support the equestrian training and Olympic dreams of the daughter of a close adviser to President Park Geun-hye.
Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. is asking its shareholders to approve a change in the company's name to American Outdoor Brands Corp. Its guns will keep their famous name.
The change was announced just hours before it took effect. The prime minister said the move would crack down on the country's expansive black market which, he said, is used to fund terrorism.
The deal marks the first Western energy investment in Iran since the loosening of sanctions in January.
Leaders from 195 nations are meeting in Morocco to come up with specific plans for carrying out a worldwide plan to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.
For decades, global trade has been transforming the world's economy. But the days of explosive trade growth may be at an end. Analysts say fewer new trade agreements may be a factor in the slowdown.
There's been a fair amount to admire in media coverage of Donald Trump and the 2016 race — but NPR's David Folkenflik thinks that on reflection, many journalists will feel more ambivalence than pride.
Miami claims bank foreclosures in 2008 targeted black and Latino homeowners. When they defaulted, property values fell, which meant a drop in taxes. The city wants the right to sue the banks.