The first full week of state legislative sessions sees a flurry of plans to expand health care while lowering costs.
Bill de Blasio wants to provide medical care to low-income and undocumented New Yorkers who now rely primarily on hospital emergency rooms.
Doctors, industry clash on benefits of advertising drugs, devices, lab tests and hospitals directly to consumers.
A new poll also finds that 7 in 10 favor altering DNA to create children who are protected against a variety of incurable or fatal diseases.
An exhaustive New York Times report finds that the administration's industry-friendly policies have impacted communities nationwide.
Trump tweets incessantly about the border, but he's never mentioned the two young victims of his administration's immigration policies.
Cost complexity is built into the structure of the Affordable Care Act. "Medicare for all" offers a simple, comprehensive solution.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection orders health-care revisions for every child in its custody after an 8-year-old boy from Guatemala dies.