Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Tuesday that one of the "major differences" between himself and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is in how quickly they would roll out "Medicare for All," drawing a contrast on the ke...
Month: December 2019
The Top Moments From A Decade That Reshaped American Politics
It was a tumultuous decade in politics that saw the presidency and reelection of the first black president to the rise of the tea party and the improbable election of Donald Trump as president.
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No Obamacare replacement 3 years after Trump’s promise to ‘immediately’ change it
Nearly three years after taking office, Americans still are waiting for Trump's big health insurance reveal. Prescription drug prices have edged lower, but with major legislation stuck in Congress it's unclear if that relief is the start of a trend or merely a blip.
‘Red, White & Who?” Digital Exclusive: Sen. Bernie Sanders Extended Interview
Francesca Fiorentini sits down with Senator Bernie Sanders to discuss healthcare in America and Medicare for All over bagels at a Manhattan deli. Exclusive extended interview.
Alaska’s healthcare in dire state amid Medicaid budget cuts
Alaska's governor slashed the Medicaid budget last summer and has warned more budget cuts.
Don’t count Warren out, but ‘time is running out’
The panel discusses Democratic support for 2020 candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren since her Medicare-for-all plan was released.
US think-tank says Trump and Obama ignored nearly a million “victims” of H-1B
An anti-immigration non-profit in the US has accused two successive governments of inaction on curtailing the H-1B visa programme, which it says has cost 1.2 million jobs to Americans.