Some Obamacare insurers are looking to offer free doctor's visits in 2016, and not just for primary care.
Miami New Year's Eve 2016 Live Stream: Watch Pitbull And The Big Orange Ring In The New Year At Bayfront Park
Pitbull is scheduled to perform at Miami's New Year's Eve festivities.
New York City's New Year's Eve tradition dates back more than 100 years.
When Is Chinese New Year 2016? Year Of The Monkey Draws Near As China, Taiwan, Malaysia And Hong Kong Prepare
The Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays in the Chinese calendar.
Times Square Ball Drop 2015 Street Closures Guide: How To Avoid Traffic In New York City On New Year's Eve
Several blocks of midtown Manhattan will be closed, due to the Times Square ball drop.
New Year’s Eve New York City Free Events: Music Concerts, Fireworks, Times Square And Other Festive NYC Ideas
From concerts to fireworks, New York City has no shortage of offerings for ringing in the New Year.
Learn who celebrates the winter solstice, why it occurs and what it represents.
Who Won The ABC Democratic Debate? Amid Solid Performances, Clinton's Front-Runner Status Appears Unchallenged
Hillary Clinton's status as the clear front-runner appeared to remain unchallenged after Saturday night's debate.
Democratic Candidates 2016 On ISIS: How Clinton, Sanders, O'Malley Would Fight The Islamic State Militant Group
Sanders and Clinton split, while O'Malley said he could offer the perspective of a "different generation."
Bernie Sanders King Abdullah Democratic Debate Comment: A Brief History Of Socialist Vermont Senator Praising Jordan's Ruler
The Vermont senator heaped praise upon the king of Jordan, not for the first time, during Saturday's Democratic debate.
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Martha Raddatz and David Muir are expected to moderate the third Democratic presidential debate of 2015.
Bars from Queens to Brooklyn are hosting screenings and watch parties.
The elephant tusks were in boxes from Nigeria labeled as synthetic wigs.
Where Is 'Affluenza' Teen Ethan Couch? Warrant Issued After Wealthy Youth, On Probation For Killing 4, Allegedly Goes Missing
Ethan Couch was sentenced to probation two years ago after killing four people in a drunk driving accident.
The government extended a December deadline amid a surge of signups.
Will The Cadillac Tax Be Repealed? Opponents Vow To Kill Tax On High-Cost Health Plans Amid Tentative Delay
The controversial tax has garnered opposition from both sides of the aisle.
Legislation to exempt firearms from bankruptcy proceedings was pitched less than six months after a deadly church shooting.
More women in Asia are becoming billionaires than elsewhere in the world — although a deep gender divide persists.
CNN Republican Presidential Debate 2015: Full List Of GOP Candidates Participating In Las Vegas, With Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Carson Leading
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's recent surge in Iowa has sparked interest in his performance in tonight's debate.
South Korea criticized the North for focusing solely on trying to bring back South Korean tourism as high-level talks ended Saturday.
CNN's lead political anchor has moderated three GOP presidential debates, not always to acclaim.
By partnering with Tinder, the U.K.'s National Health Services is trying to reverse a recent and alarming decline in organ donors.
Psychotropic Drugs For Infants: New Data Show Jump In Antipsychotics Prescriptions For Kids 2 And Under
Little is known about such drugs' effectiveness -- and the potential risks -- for young children.
This year, getting new customers to sign up for health insurance has been more difficult than in previous years.
These transgenic hens would lay eggs containing proteins that can be used to treat a rare but deadly disease.
The term Islamophobia has become common only recently, although anti-Muslim and anti-Islam views are hardly new.
The average price of gasoline in the U.S. Tuesday was $2.019 per gallon.
Despite Sandy Hook And Other Mass Shootings, Fewer States Increased Mental Health Funding, Report Finds
Fewer state resources are being devoted to mental healthcare despite increased public awareness of mental illness.
Without Medicaid Funding Fix, Puerto Ricans Could Flock To US For Healthcare Treatment, Officials Warn
By the end of 2016, Medicaid, which covers 45 percent of Puerto Ricans, could burn through a one-time federal grant of $6.4 billion.
The AIDS virus is far more common in gay and bisexual black men.