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President Barack Obama made headlines Tuesday when he appeared for a short mock interview on comedian Zach Galifianakis’ web series “Between Two Ferns,” taking the opportunity to promote the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, the health care law that was the signature legislative accomplishment of his first term. Both Obama and Galifianakis took joking shots […]


Since the launch of the Affordable Care Act last October, 625,000 Californians have been enrolled in health care plans, with more than 1.2 million Californians enrolling in the state’s Medicaid program, Medi-Cal, according to Time. Despite the state’s progress in implementing the new health care options, a significant part of California’s population is still without […]


Lately, there’s been a wave of change sweeping through California, granting increased privileges and rights to undocumented immigrants. In September 2013, the state assembly voted 55-19 to allow the state’s undocumented immigrants the right to receive drivers’ licenses. In October 2013, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law allowing them to obtain law licenses. A bill […]


Legal experts discussed the Supreme Court’s analysis of the document on its 225th birthday.


A new multidisciplinary minor in the health sciences this fall will allow students in the Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Science to take classes at the Keck School of Medicine.


Health insurance was one of the changes employees lobbied for during the rally.


By exempting religiously affiliated institutions, the government has demonstrated rightful respect for Americans’ freedom of religion.


Student journalists were participants in a call held by Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.


RingADoc, the brainchild of a USC alumnus, is a phone service that automatically connects users with doctors to check symptoms.


Panelists tried to clear up misconceptions and answer student questions at a forum Tuesday.