Time and again, it has peddled blatant falsehoods about the bill's popularity and affordability. The newspaper's readers deserve better.
Universal health care has long been Democrats' holy grail. But even if legislation fails, there's still a way to fix our broken system.
The media is covering it, Republicans hate it, and Democrats won't commit to it. But what is most important is that the public wants it.
A new study reveals 40 percent of U.S. households are vulnerable, and their numbers are only expected to rise. An expert explains.
The first full week of state legislative sessions sees a flurry of plans to expand health care while lowering costs.
They will make life harder for Trump, to be sure. But they won't address runaway income inequality unless we demand that they do so.
Cost complexity is built into the structure of the Affordable Care Act. "Medicare for all" offers a simple, comprehensive solution.
The vitriolic response to a new report on Beto O'Rourke suggests party apparatchiks will brook no criticism of their preferred candidates.