The Court didn't even mention Chevron in any of its majority opinions. At all. One might conclude that the Court ignored Chevron altogether this term.
Observant scientists and clinicians will notice the document is most remarkable for what it doesn't say.
Christi A. Grimm was confirmed as the new inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services on February 18.
"To say a hospital has zero available ICU beds without knowing the flexibility of bed capacity can [cause] unnecessary fear," Stephen Love told Newsweek.
The Biden administration announced last month that health insurers would have to pay for the over-the-counter coronavirus tests.
"We feel there's no need for it to just be sitting on the shelves," the Florida governor said Monday.
"There are a record high 379 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Maine, including 117 in critical care and 60 on ventilators," Maine Governor Janet Mills said.
Growing data not only suggests that vaccine efficacy wanes with time, but that booster shots can increase antibodies by 10-fold.
The booster shots will be offered to all Americans beginning the week of September 20.
"These ill-conceived actions harmed the nation's ability to respond to the pandemic," Representative Jim Clyburn said.
The more than 50,000 hospitalizations is the most since February, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
President Joe Biden told reporters at the White House that "the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated."
For the first time in 40 years, the House Labor and Health and Human Services Subcommittee approved a spending bill that doesn't include the Hyde Amendment.
According to governor's office, Abbott has deployed 1,000 Texas Department of Public Safety troopers and hundreds of soldiers from the Texas National Guard to the border this year.
Sex in medicine and research is to be replaced by subjective "gender identity," male and female by a never-ending spectrum, biology by placeholders assigned at birth and mothers by "birthing persons."
The Brownsville, Texas, facility held his daughter for three weeks before releasing her to her father after an advocacy group stepped in and got the government to pay for airfare, as is required by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Los Angeles County officials announced on Friday that the Pomona Fairplex would temporarily house "thousands of young people" who are crossing the southern border alone. The site will become at least the third major facility of its kind in Southern California
"I know the poor mayor up there is at his wit's end, not knowing what to do," Douglas Mayor Donald Huish told Newsweek.
As the number of unaccompanied migrant children increases, the Biden administration has directed the Department of Health and Human Services to set up temporary facilities to receive and care for migrant children.
In response to the surge in migrants and human-smuggling operations in south Texas, the state is preparing to open up new shelters to hold the overflow of people.
The Department of Health and Human Services requested the use of two Army bases to temporarily house unaccompanied migrant children, a Department of Defense spokesperson said Tuesday.
Biden's pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services will be confirmed after a rocky confirmation process.
President Joe Biden has seated about half of his Cabinet with little resistance, but his health secretary pick has become the latest to get in the GOP crosshairs.
President Biden has nominated a deeply unqualified man with a long history of antagonism toward people of faith. Becerra has consistently used his power to punish political opponents in pursuit of an ideological agenda.
"I will not resign my duly commissioned post and look forward to seeing how President Biden tries to justify his vindictive actions in court," Roger Severino said.
State leaders accused the Trump administration of failing to provide a promised stockpile of new vaccine doses this week.
Over the summer, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a rule allowing health insurers to implement "accumulator adjustment programs," which allow insurers to effectively double charge customers for drugs.
"I'm hoping she doesn't have to spend New Year's in a hallway because the beds are full. What you do matters, even beyond COVID...," U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said on Thursday.
The U.S. has purchased enough doses of coronavirus vaccines to innoculate 200 million people by summer, just shy of the 70 percent needed to achieve herd immunity.
"CDC Director Robert Redfield must appear for an interview regarding evidence that he ordered CDC staff to delete a key email," said Congressman James Clyburn on Wednesday.