Nonprofit research hospital's charity event raises too much money for "important medical equipment," says clinic.
The chamber begins 20 hours of debate, and anything can happen as the lawmakers attempt to revamp health care on the fly.
The Arizona senator has been battling brain cancer and wasn't expected to attend this week's vote.
"If it was a guy from south Texas, I might ask him to step outside and settle this Aaron Burr-style," said Representative Blake Farenthold.
The Republican alternative to the Obamacare fine for non-participants is Big Brother government too.
As 18 percent of the U.S. economy is absorbed by health care, we have little money for other health-promoting investments.
When should cancer patients consider clinical trials? Where should they look? How should they evaluate options?
The president has been quite vocal about his belief in the superiority of his genes.
The president had promised "great health care at a tiny fraction of the cost."
A new report says 32 million Americans will lose health insurance if senators opt to repeal the law without a replacement.
The health care debacle is just part of the problem. Bad decisions and structural impediments are killing the president's legislative agenda
As the GOP's health care plan failed in the Senate, Fox News raged on against Hillary Clinton.
Two of Mitch McConnell's conservatives in the Senate said they wouldn't support his latest version of the legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.
McCain has expressed concern about the health care bill but has not said how he would vote.
Does the president know a GOP plan that kicks 22 million people off health insurance would lead to more sick Americans?
"McConnell's legislation, which would throw 22 million Americans off of health insurance, would be a disaster for the country," Sanders said.
Democrats are salivating over the Russian hacking scandal, but it may not help them retake power in Washington.
Liberal groups seize on the Senate health care vote delay to intensify opposition, while conservatives do outreach behind the scenes.
If just one Republican senator votes "no" on AHCA and it still passes, it will be the most divisive bill passed in the last century.