By empowering and assisting states and businesses the Trump Administration has led a robust effort to combat the coronavirus.
Conventional wisdom fueled by the media is that the White House ignored the coronavirus threat in January and February. It is absolutely false.
Starting Monday, doctors and nurses at Stanford Health Care will have their pay reduced by 20 percent — including those caring for COVID-19 patients.
All outlets get things wrong, but these outlets always seem to be wrong in exactly the same direction.
An interview obtained by The Federalist reveals how the Wall Street Journal badly misled Americans about HHS Secretary Alex Azar’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Media outlets falsely paint a minor White House hire as Trump hand-picking a dog breeder to lead the entire coronavirus task force.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) released a report urging policymakers to repeal certain regulations and laws it says were never needed in the first place.
President Trump called for the Food and Drug Administration to lose its authority to regulate tobacco products in his budget request unveiled on Monday.
Planned Parenthood kickstarted the state’s attack on religious liberty and conscience, but it was the Obama administration’s HHS who sustained it.
At the beginning of National Adoption Month, HHS has taken the first step to let religious foster organizations once again promote more homes for kids. But more needs to be done.
A Catholic nurse in Vermont was allegedly forced to assist with an elective abortion, despite previously telling her employer her moral objections.
Pending a court decision, Planned Parenthood could withdraw from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’s birth control program as early as next week.
Besides the ethical problems with selling body parts from aborted children, research using those body parts has never led to a single successful clinical treatment despite decades of trying.
The LGBT media is turning to sensationalist reporting and headline hysteria on an HHS rule change that protects the consciences of medical professionals.
HHS proposed a new rule that would remove ‘gender identity’ and ‘termination of pregnancy’ from the 2016 rule’s definition of ‘on the basis of sex.’
A new rule from HHS would allow doctors, nurses, and hospitals to opt out of medical services such as abortion that conflict with their religious beliefs.
HHS announced on Friday they will be awarding Obria, a pro-life California health care group, $1.7 million each year for the next three years.
Too often, medical research is stunted by cronyism, bad incentives, and lack of competent peer review. And it all comes at the expense of taxpayers.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services could make a lot of headway on directing tax dollars away from abortion, despite Congress’ impotence.
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