Health and Human Services removed HIV from a list of communicable diseases that bar immigrants from entry into the United States in 2010.
We now know of six children who died after spending time in government custody in the last eight months. Advocates and politicians have raised the alarm that there could be more.
Amid attacks on several food security programs from the Trump administration, this proposed change could ignite yet another debate about where we draw the line.
Declaring sex immutable is, in effect, discrimination by legal re-categorization.
In 2018, 8.7 million people bought their non-group health insurance through healthcare.gov—down from 9.2 million people in 2017.
Lawsuits agains the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services reveal a pattern of immigrant shelters prescribing powerful psychotropic drugs without receiving informed consent.
A progress reports shows that hundreds of migrant parents whose children remain in United States shelters may have been deported.
Immigration officials provided a litany of reasons as to why the remaining 46 children were ineligible for reunification.
The Tuesday deadline was imposed last month by a federal judge.
A federal judge ordered HHS last week to begin reuniting families by July 10th.
Former Department of Homeland Security official Peter Boogaard weighs in on immigration policy under Trump.
Acceding to a request from the Trump administration, the Supreme Court has voided a federal appeals court's ruling upholding the right of teens in immigration custody to seek abortions.
As questions of children left unaccounted for by immigration authorities mount, rights advocates say the Trump administration's separation of parents and children remains the real issue.
The Trump administration is preparing to warehouse immigrant children on military bases after they have been separated from their parents while attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.
Important questions pertaining to LGBT-specific health care are no longer visible on the website.
Beginning in 2019, the CDC will phase out the program to include only 10 countries.
Reports published this week showed that Brenda Fitzgerald invested in tobacco companies' stock while heading the CDC.
It was Price's hypocrisy—not his malfeasance—that did him in.
President Trump said Wednesday he was not pleased with Price's use of taxpayer money.
Yet another health insurer recently reported a massive data breach, affecting the financial and medical information of 11 million people. We asked the head of the federal agency tasked with investigating these issues whether the notion of patient privacy was outmoded.