States that expanded Medicaid under the ACA saw better results.
Joe Biden, the former vice president, is currently the front-runner in the sprawling Democratic primary field of more than 20 candidates. He has campaigned as a more centrist Democrat and denounced certain progressive policies like Medicare for All in favor of, instead, building on Obamacare.
Kamala Harris’s switch on health care highlights a broader move by Democrats to soften their initial enthusiasm for a sweeping government health plan.
In a sign that the sprawling field of Democrats running for president in 2020 may finally be thinning, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper ended his candidacy Thursday.
He said in a video that he was giving a run for U.S. Senate back in his home state against Republican Eric Gardner, who is running for re-election, “some serious thought.”
“Now today, I am ending my campaign for president. But I will never stop believing that America can only move forward when we work...
Much of Detroit is in ruins. The city spreads over 139 square miles, but about 20 square miles of that—an area just under the size of Manhattan—is vacant. Home in 1950 to more than 1.8 ...
A tone of ritualized obsequiousness pervades most briefs filed in the Supreme Court of the United States. Judges are powerful and, at the Supreme Court level, unaccountable. They wield enormous, arbitrary power not just over litigants but over the lawyers who appear in their courtrooms. So when most lawyers speak to a court, they speak with a painful awareness of the power dynamic separating the bar from the bench.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), however, is not most lawyers.
Some unions love Medicare-for-all while others hate it. Still others say they're open to the idea.
An inspector general report from the Department of Health and Human Services found that 100,000 kids who were newly prescribed ADHD medication didn't see a care provider for months afterward.
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A conservative dark money group has launched a series of radio ads attacking a bipartisan bill authored by the senior Republican in the United States Senate, Iowa’s Chuck Grassley.
Joining in the right’s “everything we don’t like is socialism” parade, the group suggests that by reducing the amount senior citizens and government insurance programs pay for prescription drugs, the bill is a socialistic plot that would stop pharmaceutical companies from cur...
Just over a week ago, two mass shooters murdered more than two dozen Americans in a single weekend — bringing the total number of U.S. “mass shootings” (incidents in which a person with a gun shot four or more people) to at least 251 this year.
While the nation mourns these deaths, the Supreme Court is preparing to hear a case that could gut what little remains of American gun-control laws. The case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New ...