A look at the veracity of Trump’s statements on a grab-bag of hot topics spanning the economy, Iran and health care.
To make up for the lost funds, health insurers must raise premiums substantially, potentially putting coverage out of reach for many.
About 175,000 low- and middle-income Illinois residents will lose their healthcare subsidies they’ve been receiving through Obamacare.
Frustrated over setbacks in Congress, Trump is wielding his executive power to bring the “repeal and replace” debate to a head.
The move likely will face opposition; critics say it will raise costs for the sick, while lower-premium plans will offer inferior coverage.
Baker was right on target. At this time of year, it’s the mold that can lay you low in Chicago, local doctors say.
The best thing about October is that information about breast cancer is in your face. That’s sort of what Outcome Health is trying to do.
Experts say that’s not guaranteed, partly because health insurance reflects local medical costs, which vary widely around the country.
“You’ve done outstanding work for the months that you served. Very challenging, wild times, and we appreciate it,” Rauner said.
Fledgling field of gene therapy scores a win: Experimental treatment seemed to help boys with the inherited nerve disease featured in “Lorenzo’s Oil.”
Repealing the soda tax will cost the county revenue, Preckwinkle said, and compromise “our constitutional duty” to be fiscally responsible.
Although the U.S. House bill faces certain defeat in the U.S. Senate, the legislation passed the House and is a major priority for the GOP.
Most women in Illinois no doubt did not realize that the trigger law, formally 720 Illinois Criminal Statue 510, was dangling over their heads.
Heart attack survivor Elston Harris hopes to encourage players to learn CPR on Saturday with a very special basketball game.
Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a controversial bill expanding insurance coverage for abortion. “I personally am pro-choice. I always have been.”