Sebelius' appearance on Capitol Hill comes amid release of improved enrollment figures for November.
Calling him "The People's Pope," Time magazine on Wednesday named Pope Francis its Person of the Year.
WASHINGTON — The fate of President Obama's second term is emerging as a battle between improving news about the economy and souring views of his signature health care law.
Vice President Biden on Tuesday will announce a $100 million plan to improve mental health services, as the one-year anniversary of the Connecticut elementary school shooting approaches.
Why Congress had to go small in pursuit of a budget deal
Advertisers are projected to spend about $5.6 billion on YouTube this year, a 51% jump over 2012 levels, according to a new analysis from researcher EMarketer.
Zoe Saldana, Olivia Wilde and Aziz Ansari to announce Golden Globe nominations early Thursday morning.
Rezence, which has actually been around for a while, is being positioned as the next-generation wireless charging standard.
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Insufficient, say the Dems. “Senate Democrats facing tough reelections say President Obama has not done enough to fix the botched rollout of his healthcare law and are vowing to repair it themselves. The Senate Democratic leadership is not on board with lawmaker plans to begin rewriting ObamaCare and have urged for more time to assess the changes made by Obama and his team, lawmakers say.”
House Republicans appear to be rallying behind deal
A public-interest group filed a petition Wednesday with the Federal Communications Commission seeking a declaration that phone carriers are violating the Communications Act by sharing customers' call logs with third parties.
Microsoft is ripping a page out of its own playbook with the launch of what it calls the, “Cloud OS” network of some 30 partners — cloud providers, telcos, hosting companies — that will run data centers that will work smoothly with Microsoft’s public Azure cloud.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) - Composer Steven Sametz has written dozens of pieces in his long and prolific career, perhaps none so personal as the one he's about to begin: a requiem for the victims of the schoolhouse massacre in Newtown, Conn.
More than 250,000 people selected plans in November, a report says, more than double the number in October. But errors in transmission may complicate enrollment.
- Judiciary to continue its work for human rights, hopes CJP Iftikhar
- Pope Francis
- TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year shortlist: Miley Cyrus, Ted Cruz, Kathleen Sebelius
- South Africans Celebrate First Black President, but Boo the Current One
- 7 dead in riots as as Argentina celebrates democracy
- Uruguay senate expected to give legislative approval for legalized marijuana market