The Center for American Progress unveils a new health-care plan written to confuse supporters of Medicare for all and protect private health insurance profits.
Approval by the state Senate would put a proposed constitutional amendment enshrining the right to health care on the ballot for Oregon voters in November. Uncertainties about how costs can be underwritten will remain.
A report by Claire McCaskill sheds light on the opioid industry’s ability to shape public opinion and raises questions about drug companies' roles in the overdose epidemic.
As the billionaires' firms plan a new entity to tackle the high costs of medical services, they should study the government program as an effective design.
Although sign-ups nationwide were down 3 percent from last year, 16 states increased their enrollment, including six carried by Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
About 900 South Korean military personnel have been brought in to work at 20 venues until the sick and sequestered can return to their jobs.
GOP lawmakers haven't guaranteed that the next spending bill—which they must approve by Thursday to avoid another government shutdown—will include money for the centers.
The Amazon founder and owner of The Washington Post, already the wealthiest person on the planet, gets a lot richer after the company's stock rises 2.5 percent.