The latest analysis of the GOP’s health care bill concludes that the plan would leave 14 million more people uninsured next year if it becomes law, a number that rises to 23 million by 2026. abcn.ws/2qXxjcf
Whoopi Goldberg gave a Syrian refugee family an experience in their new country they'll never forget: a tour of New York, from the Statue of Liberty to a visit to American Museum of Natural History with Neil deGrasse Tyson.
"If people are not healthy, they can't work — and if they're hungry, they can't work." Ohio Gov. John Kasich weighs in on Pres. Donald J. Trump's budget plan: "Honestly, I think the rich are doing pretty well. I like tax cuts being directed at the middle class and the working poor."
Is America ready for interracial love on 'The Bachelorette'? "Well, people have to get over it 'cause love doesn't care," Whoopi Goldberg says discussing the first black bachelorette on the show. "The heart does what the heart's gonna do."
"I think Mr. Pence has made himself very, very clear on his positions." Debra Messing weighs in on students walking out on Vice President Mike Pence's commencement speech: "I don't think there's any reason to wait to hear his point of view."
Was it right for University of Notre Dame graduates to walk out during Vice President Mike Pence's commencement speech? Jedediah Bila says: Some "young people have a hard time listening to stuff they disagree with ... It's ok to disagree! You don't always have to walk out!"
Was it right for University of Notre Dame graduates to walk out during Vice President Mike Pence's commencement speech? "It's very American. It's the bedrock of our society!" Sunny Hostin says. "That's what we should be doing!"